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Juventus Vs. Salernitana - A Football Match With An Incredible Finale

With the Juventus Vs. Salernitana game, in an incredible finish to their draw with Salernitana, Juventus scored a dramatic equalizer, the video assistant referee disallowed another goal, and two players were sent off. Juventus thought they had won it at the death against Salernitana, but the goal was disallowed for offside interfering with play by Leonardo Bonucci, causing chaos with three red cards and a touchline brawl.

Sep 12, 2022132 Shares1909 Views
With the Juventus Vs. Salernitanagame, in an incredible finish to their draw with Salernitana, Juventus scored a dramatic equalizer, the video assistant referee disallowed another goal, and two playerswere sent off.
Juventus thought they had won it at the death against Salernitana, but the goal was disallowed for offside interfering with play by Leonardo Bonucci, causing chaos with three red cards and a touchline brawl.
The Bianconeri were down and out in Turin, with Bonucci's penalty saved by Luigi Sepe, but he turned in the rebound.
At the half, Salernitana led 2-0 thanks to a volley from Antonio Candreva and a penalty from Krzysztof Piatek.

Juventus Vs. Salernitana - The Chaotic Game Ender

Juventus-Salernitana 2-2 | Incredible scenes in Turin: Goals & Highlights | Serie A 2022/23

Juventus scored a dramatic equalizer, had another goal ruled out by the video assistant referee, and had two players sent off in an incredible finish to their draw with Salernitana.
At halftime, Salernitana led 2-0 thanks to Antonio Candreva's volley and Krzysztof Piatek's penalty. But Bremer equalized with a header, and Leonardo Bonucci equalized in the 93rd minute after his penalty was saved.
Arkadiusz Milik thought he had scored in the 95th minute, but he was offside. Milik, who had already been arrested, celebrated by taking his shirt off and was arrested.
While Juventus was celebrating what they believed was the winning goal, it was announced that it would be reviewed by a VARofficial.
This sparked an on-pitch brawl, with Federico Fazio of Salernitana and Juan Cuadrado of Juventus both receiving straight red cards, as was Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri.
Milik was not offside, but Bonucci, who attempted to head the ball into the net but failed to make contact, was ruled offside.
Last season, Salernitana finished just one point above the relegation zone and were on the verge of their first away top-flight victory against Juventus.
Although Juventus salvaged a point to avoid their first defeat in Serie A this season, the result leaves them in eighth place.
Allegri's team has now gone three games without a win, and this draw came just five days after they were defeated 2-1 by Paris St-Germain in their Champions Leaguegroup stage opener.
The Turin club has finished fourth in the last two Serie A seasons after being Italian champions for the previous nine seasons.
On Wednesday, they will face Benfica in their second Champions League match at the Allianz Stadium.

The VAR Controversy

A group of players playing football in the field
A group of players playing football in the field
That was not the only VAR controversy in Italy, as Lecce president Saverio Sticchi Damiani chastised officials for missing two handballs in their 1-1 draw with Monza.
Monza earned their first Serie A point, but Damiani was stunned after neither Pablo Mari nor Salvatore Molina touched the ball with their arms, prompting VAR reviews.
"I'm embarrassed, I don't know what to say to the fans or the players," I just can't take them for a ride by telling them this is fine. We have been seriously damaged, we dominated the match and deserved to win but we were not allowed to."
Prior to the weekend's games, Atalanta had been the sole leader of Italy's top flight for the first time in over 60 years.
However, Emanuele Valeri's 78th-minute equalizer earned Cremonese a point in Bergamo, leaving Atalanta in second place.
Atalanta, who scored four minutes before Valeri's goal through Merih Demiral, are level on 14 points with leaders Napoli and reigning champions AC Milan.
Cremonese, promoted to Serie A for the first time since 1996, remains in the bottom three with two points from six games.
Lazio is three points behind the leaders after defeating Verona 2-0 at home thanks to Ciro Immobile and Luis Alberto.
Bologna defeated Fiorentina 2-1 in their first match without Sinisa Mihajlovic as a coach, with Marko Arnautovic scoring his sixth goal of the season.

Conclusion

The final of Juventus vs. Salernitana was one of the most chaotic in recent footballhistory, with four red cards and a goal disallowed in stoppage time.
Leonardo Bonucci scored a stoppage-time equalizer as Juventus rallied from two goals down to draw 2-2 at home with Salernitana on September 11, but VAR denied Massimiliano Allegri's side a late winner in a chaotic end to their Serie A clash.
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