[VIDEO] TRAILER GOL Paris Saint-Germain 2-3 Juventus: Bianconeri Achieves Victory Prime In preseason game
Juventus managed to silence Paris Saint-Germain with a 3-2 victory in the International Champions Cup preseason tournament held at Sunlife Stadium on Thursday (27/7).
Juventus ahead first thanks to goals packed Gonzalo Higuain at the end of the first half. Higuain got a one-two bait from Paulo Dybala who was free of offside snares.
Argentine bomber was then facing one on one with Alphonse Areola. But calmly he took off the ball into the right corner of PSG goal.
Game runs more exciting when PSG able to equalize on 52 minutes. Angel Di Maria who broke through the heart of Juventus defense to pass the ball to Goncalo Guedes who can be converted into goals.
But the 1-1 result did not last long because the Old Lady re-turned the situation on 62 minutes. Claudio Marchisio fired a left foot shot into the right corner of the goal PSG is not able to secure Remy Deschamps.
Chasing a goal back happened when Javier Pastore equalized. This goal stems from a mature feed given by Giovani Lo Celso.
When the match almost ended with a draw, Marchisio delighted Juventus fans through his second goal a minute ahead of the dispute. The referee awarded a penalty for Juventus after Kean violated Kimpembe in a dangerous box. Marchisio calmly executed a penalty that could not be dammed by Deschamps.
For Juventus, this is their first victory in the ICC event after they had previously lost to Barcelona with a score of 1-2. As for PSG, this defeat is a second successive defeat because they previously fallen 2-4 in the presence of Tottenham Hotspur.
Portugal coach: We deserve to win over Mexico
Portuguese national team coach, Fernando Santos, judging his team deserve to occupy the third position of the Confederations Cup 2017 after defeating Mexico 2-1 at Spartak Stadium, Moskva, Sunday (02/07/2017) Bandar Judi Terpercaya.
Portugal was left behind after Luis Neto scored an own goal in the 54th minute. However, they turned ahead after Pepe (90 1 ‘) and Adrien Silva (104’) in a row thrilled the Mexican nets.
“I think we deserve to win the game because we are a team that perform better throughout 120 minutes,” said Fernando Santos as quoted from the official FIFA website.
“We had an uncomfortable moment when conceded by Mexico, but we kept on trying and able to equalize, we always believed we could get a counterweight,” said the 62-year-old.
The Lisbon-born tactician believes his team has entertained all Portuguese supporters.
“We have a very good competition,” Santos said.
“Indeed, we are not optimal or spectacular to fail to win, but I think the Portuguese public is very proud of this team,” Santos said.
Santos continued his resounding pace with Portugal after becoming champions of the 2016 European Cup.
In total, Santos has 27 victories from 40 matches with Portugal. Under the cover of him, Cristiano Ronaldo cs could scored 84 goals and just conceded 33 goals.