The disastrous debut of Juventus continues after the defeat in Naples

ROME: Napoli added to Juventus’ pain after Kalidou Koulibaly scored a late goal to lead the hosts to win 2-1 on Saturday and maintain their perfect start in Serie A while their opponents in Turin continued to lack victories. For the second time in the last 52 seasons, Juventus have failed to win prime three league games. The previous time he was under the leadership of current manager Massimiliano Allegri in the 2015-2016 season, but the team won the title, nine points clear of its closest competitors. “When you don’t win in football, you have to shut up and work,” Allegri told DZN. The most important thing now is to get our first win ”. Allegri has excluded five South American players, led by Paulo Dybala and Alex Sandro, for the return in delay after participating in the South American qualifiers for the World Cup, in addition to the injury of other players. But Juventus only needed ten minutes to open the scoring at the Diego Armando Maradona stadium, with a goal from Alvaro Morata. Napoli took possession of the ball, but struggled to transform the chances in goals until goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny badly parried Lorenzo Insigne’s shot to prepare Matteo Politano’s goal in the 57th minute. The hosts continued their pressure in search of the winning goal, which arrived strangely five minutes before the end. Juventus substitute striker Moise Kean returned the ball to goalkeeper Stesny after a corner kick, which narrowly missed him to reach Coulibaly and put him in brings. Napoli leads the competition with nine points in three games, while Juventus have slipped to 16th place and have one point. (Reuters)

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