Serie A Matchday 22 Juventus 1-1 Genoa @ Juventus Stadium Juventus:Fabio Quagliarella 54 Genoa:Marco Borriello 68 Honours even against Genoa(Juventus Official Website)
The Bianconeri were forced to settle for a point despite producing a dominant performance in this evening’s 1-1 draw with Genoa at Juventus Stadium. Antonio Conte’s men deservedly took the lead in the 64th minute when Fabio Quagliarella found himself perfectly placed to turn Stephan Lichtsteiner’s cross home following good work from Mirko Vucinic. But the visitors drew level after Marco Borriello came off the bench to haunt his former employers with a headed equaliser midway through the second period. In a relatively sedate first half, Genoa were presented with some early half-chances. In fact, Buffon was called into action after just four minutes when an under pressure Immobile steered a header towards the top corner. The first clear cut chances for Juve came in very quick succession. Bonucci floated in a threatening long ball over the defence from the centre circle to the unmarked Vidal. The Chilean midfielder elected to control the pass which gave a Rossoblu shirt time to catch up and turn the ball behind for a corner. The set piece presented another opportunity, which fell to Caceres, whose powerful right-footed effort whistled narrowly over the bar from close range. After 22 minutes, Pogba found himself with space in the midfield. With the crowd calling for a long range shot, the midfielder instead elected to dink a pass into the path of Marchisio who connected with it fractionally outside the six-yard-box but saw his effort pass wide of the mark. The Bianconeri earned a free kick just minutes later, in prime position for a right footer. In the absence of Pirlo and Giovinco, Vidal stepped up to take and let loose a dipping shot which passed just over the top corner. Just before the interval, a cross was whipped in from the right flank towards Quagliarella. The Italian international shrugged off pressure from the central defenders and stretched out a hopeful right leg, only to see his effort roll just wide of the target. The home side began to really assert themselves in a lively start to the second period and broke the deadlock with 54 miniuteson the clock. The combination of fantastic vision from Vucinic and a perfectly timed run and pass from Lichsteiner laid the chance on a plate for Quagliarella. With the aid of a deflection, the frontman turned it in to celebrate his return to the starting XI. New Genoa manager Ballardini attempted to shake things up after the goal and used his three permitted changes by the 65th minute. The substitutions paid dividends as Borriello nodded home a threatening delivery from Kucka, just ten minutes after coming on. The final 15 minutes were certainly not without incident as the Bianconeri swarmed forward in numbers in search of an equaliser. Lichtsteiner had his low shot well saved in a good spell of pressure from the Bianconeri. Shortly after, Giovinco nearly emulated his effort against AC Milan from a set piece as the ball struck the upright with the keeper well beaten. With Genoa entrenched deep in their own half, Conte threw caution to the wind in pursuit of a winner. Ten minutes from time, he elected to hand Primavera youngster Beltrame a first-team debut. The newest member of the three-pronged attack unleashed a well-struck effort towards goal but the diving Frey was on hand to beat the ball out of harm’s way. Even after 90 minutes, the action was not over and Genoa’s keeper was called into action on another two occasions in stoppage time as he saved late attempts from Bonucci and Giaccherini. The game ended in controversy as Juventus were denied what appeared to be a clear penalty after Granqvist handled in the box. Despite vociferous protests from players and fans, the appeals fell on deaf ears, leaving the Bianconeri with a share of the spoils on a disappointing night in Turin. JUVENTUS 1-1 GENOA GOALS: Quagliarella 64, Borriello 68 JUVENTUS Buffon; Barzagli, Bonucci, Caceres; Lichtsteiner, Vidal, Pogba, Marchisio (Beltrame 83), De Ceglie (Giaccherini 73); Vucinic, Quagliarella (Giovinco 69). Substitutes not used: Storari, Rubinho, Peluso, Isla, Marrone, Padoin, Beltrame. Manager: Conte. GENOA Frey; Granqvist, Manfredini (Rossi 66), Moretti; Pisano, Kucka, Matuzalem, Olivera (Bertolacci 59), Antonelli; Immobile (Borriello 59), Floro Flores. Substitutes not used: Tzorvas, Donnarumma, Jorquera, Sampirisi, Nadarevic, Tozser, Said. Manager: Ballardini. REFEREE: Guida ASSISTANTS: Galloni, Passeri FOURTH OFFICIAL: Altomare
ユベントスはフェアに主審の笛を吹いてもらえない。リゴーレが与えられたのがわずかに一度だった昨シーズンよりはましだが、今季もリゴーレが与えられない流れとなっている。カルチョポリはB落ちで償ったし、コンテの出場停止はユベントスとは無関係だ。八百長で二度ペナルティを課せられたラツィオもミランもユベントスほどにはジャッジの不利を被っていない。実際、ミラン戦ではありもしないハンドでリゴーレを取られ、ロビーニョが決勝点を決めた。 アディショナルタイムのグランクビストのクリアは明らかにハンドでゴール裏の審判はリゴーレとしたが、主審のグイダ氏は無視した。副審、第四の審判ともにリゴーレを示しながら主審が取り消してしまうのでは何のためのレフェリーかわからない。 ひとりでは判断できないレベルまでスピード化したから補助審判をつけたのではなかったか。 ポグバ、ヴチニッチ、カセレスが倒され、ティーロ体制のヴチニッチはユニフォームを引っ張られてボールに触れなかった。リヒトシュタイナーは指を4本立てて主審に詰め寄った。 コンテが飛び出し、レフェリーに詰め寄ったのは今日が初めてだ。 もはやまともにジャッジしてもらえないのであればスポーツではない。スポーツ以外のなにかが動いている。 たとえ、4回リゴーレが与えられたとしても決められたとは限らないし、ユーベのバルザーリもハンドらしきプレーをした。 だが、グランクビストの腕は体から大きく離れていたし、ハンドとならない基準は体にぴったりくっついていることだ。 リゴーレだけの問題ではなく、判定が特定のクラブへ偏っているなら、降格阻止のためにジェノアが何かを仕掛けたのかと疑いたくもなる。 後味の悪いゲームではあった。 ユベントスが圧倒的な力を見せつけて勝てば問題なかっただろうが、それでも本当に後味が悪いゲームであった。 FOURTH OFFICIAL: Altomare

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