Juventus vs Udinese Highlights and Goals

Juventus vs Udinese Highlights and Goals | Cristiano Ronaldo’s side achieved a brilliant 4-1 win against their Serie A opponent

Cristiano Ronaldo’s club achieved a brilliant 4-1 victory in the Juventus vs Udinese Serie A match last night. And with that win, they strengthened their place at the top of Serie A with 75 points in just 27 matches. Interestingly, they are yet to face any defeat in Serie A after the inclusion of Cristiano Ronaldo on their side.

Moise Kean scored the first goal for Juventus in the 11th minute. Shortly after, he scored his brace in the 39th minute. Emre Can then converted a penalty for Juventus in the 68th minute. Blaise Matuidi scored the fourth goal for Juventus in the 71st minute. The only goal of Udinese came from Kevin Lasagna in the 84th minute.

Juventus vs Udinese Full Highlights

While talking about their brilliant win against Udinese, Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri said, “[We won and] Now we have 75 points, it’s already possible to see the finish line and that’s very important.” The manager then added, “We did a great game, 4-1. Kean scored two goals, we played with a lot of young players. [Hans] Nicolussi made his debut today.”

He said, “We had a wonderful night, that’s what I asked. We still have time before Tuesday night when we’ll face Atletico.” Allegri then also talked about their Champions League performance this season and said, “Since I arrived, the Champions League has always been an objective, but if people say that it’s a failure if Juventus go out, that is not right.”

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He said, “The overall level in the Champions League has increased and on Tuesday we’ll do our best. If we go through, then that’s great, if not then we’ll try again next year.” The manager then further added, “In every season we reached the knockout stages, so we’ll see what happens.”

Massimiliano Allegri said, “I remember in my first season here we played against Malmo: there were people who were white as a sheet with fear.” He then added, “Even if I keep hearing otherwise, if Juventus go out, it won’t be a failure. I find that laughable. If we go through, fine, but if not then it’s just a football match and we’ll try again. We’ve in theory already won two trophies this season. That is not a failure.”