Moise Kean dons the hero costume. The former Paris Saint-Germain striker allowed Juventus to win in the last moments of the meeting on Monday on the lawn of Sassuolo (2-1), on behalf of the 34th day of Serie A, at the end of a match yet far from being won in advance. Earlier, Paulo Dybala responded quickly to Giacomo Raspadori’s opener shortly before half-time.
La Vecchia Signora has a third match without defeat in the league, consolidating its 4th qualifying place for the Champions League and returning to the transition to a small unit of Napoli in the standings. Different story for the former team of Jérémie Boga, which falls for the second time in a row and stagnates in the soft underbelly of Serie A.