Draw in Brescia

Posted on 10/11/2010

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Del Neri, who once again had to deal with a large number of unavailable players fielded the usual 4-4-2 formation with Del Piero and Quagliarella as attacking duo.

On the 1st minute, Chiellini shows some great defending but one minute later, Grosso crosses towards Del Piero but the keeper saves.

It is the 4th minute when an Aquilani long distance shot is saved by the keeper. One minute later, Grosso crosses towards Quagliarella but the defence clears.

The 6th minute sees Marchisio being anticpated as he is about to collect a Pepe cross. Four minutes later, there is a corner for Brescia but the Juve defence clears well.

On the 11th minute, Storari punches away a Diamanti shot and three minutes later a A Motta cross towards Del Piero is stopped by the defence.

It is the 18th minute when Storari punches the ball over the bar following a Diamanti shot. Two minutes later, a Diamanti shot goes wide.



On the 21st minute, former bianconero Zebina saves on a Quagliarella attempt following a good incursion by Aquilani. Three minutes later, a Caracciolo shot goes high over ythe bar.

The half-hour mark sees a Sissoko shot being saved by Arcari. One minute later, the Brescia keeper saves with a miracle on a Quagliarella header.

The 35th minute sees a Motta cross being deviated into the keeper’s hands. Two minutes pass and a Diamanti shot goes wide.

Juve receive a scare on the 39th minute when Eder hits the bar. The match rolls on towards the 45th minute when the referee signals half-time without any stoppage time on a goalless score.

The second half starts off on a relatively quick pace and on the 1st minute a Pepe shot goes wide. Three minutes later, a cross by the same winger is too long for anyone to intervene. 

On the 7th minute, Motta tries a pass towards Pepe but a defender intervenes and seconds later, Storari saves well on an Eder attempt. 

It is the 9th minute when Grosso tries a run on the left but Berardi follows the ball beyond the line. Two minutes later, a Hetamaj shot goes wide. 

Iaquinta comes on for Del Piero on the 12th minute and one minute later, Storari saves well on an attempt by former bianconero Zebina.

On the 15th minute, there is a free-kick for Juve after a foul on Motta: cross towards Iaquinta who is anticipated by the keeper.

It is the 19th minute when a Pepe cross does not find any bianconero. Two minute later there is a free-kick for Brescia: the defence clears. 

The 25th minute sees Quagliarella receiving from Iaquinta and hitting the post but seconds later Grosso puts a ball in towards Quagliarella who shoots home for the 1-0.

The bianconeri’s joy only lasts 2 minutes however as on the 27th minute, Diamanti with a shot from outside the area beats Storari for the equalizer: 1-1. 

Lanzafame comes on for Aquilani on the 31st minute and three minutes later there is a free-kick for Brescia: Diamanti’s attempt goes high over the bar. 

Salihamidzic comes on for Pepe on the 35th minute. The minutes roll on but nothing much happens until the 2nd of the 3 minutes of stoppage time when Grosso crosses into the area, Quagliarella strikes sending the ball inches wide. Good attempt.

The match ends on a 1-1 score with Quagliarella adding to his personal tally and the bianconeri going close to an important victory also thanks to a post hit by the same striker.

Serie A 2010/11 – 11th match day
Stadio Rigamonti, Brescia
Wednesday 10th November 2010

BRESCIA – JUVENTUS: 1-1

Goals: Quagliarella (70th), Diamanti (72nd).

BRESCIA: Arcari; Berardi, Zebina, Gilberto Martinez, Daprelà; Hatamaj, Cordova, Baiocco (Vass 77th); Eder (Kone 64th), Diamanti (Possanzini 85th); Caracciolo. Reserves: Leali, Bega, Zambelli, Vass, Budel, Kone, Possanzini. Coach: Iachini. 

JUVENTUS: Storari; Motta, Bonucci, Chiellini, Grosso; Pepe (Salihamidzic 80th), Sissoko, Aquilani (Lanzafame 77th), Marchisio; Del Piero (Iaquinta 57th), Quagliarella. Reserves: Costantino, Sorensen, Salihamidzic, Lanzafame, Iaquinta, Giannetti. Coach: Del Neri. 

REFEREE: Damato from Barletta. 

Yellow Cards: Pepe (36th), Motta (66th), Caracciolo (74th), Berardi (82nd), Grosso (87th)

Source: Juventus.com
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