Verona 0-1 Juventus: Massimiliano Allegri’s squad rise to third place in Serie A after Moise Kean’s second half take a narrow win over the struggling hosts
- Moise Kean’s goal in the second half ensured a narrow victory on Thursday evening
- Juventus striker struck on the hour as his shot seeped into the net
- Verona was awarded a penalty, but the decision was changed after a VAR check
A lackluster Juventus needed Moise Kean’s second-half goal to win 1-0 at Hellas Verona in Serie A on Thursday, as they struggled to create clear chances.
The first half was almost devoid of attacking action, with Verona the more impressive side, but missed the final hand to open the scoring.
Kean struck on the hour as he ran into the penalty area and keeper Lorenzo Montipo choked his shot but couldn’t prevent it from tickling into the net.
Moise Kean’s second half goal ensured a narrow victory at Verona on Thursday evening
The visitors were shocked five minutes before the end when Verona was awarded a penalty after a high boot by Leonardo Bonucci, but the decision was changed after a VAR check.
Juventus are third on the table with 28 points from 14 games, with Lazio later on Thursday. Verona is bottom with five points.
The Juventus attacker struck on the hour when his shot hit goalkeeper Lorenzo Montipo . defeated
Verona was awarded a penalty, but the decision was changed after a VAR check
Angel Di Maria has a try on target during Thursday’s encounter with Verona
Massimiliano Allegri’s squad rises to third place in Serie A after beating Verona