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Juventus FC news from Monday, November 20, 2017

- Juventus slumped to a 3-2 defeat at the hands of Sampdoria on Sunday and fell four points behind unbeaten Napoli in the Serie A title race. Maurizio Sarri's men produced a superb 2-1 victory over heavy-spending Milan to extend their unbeaten run to 13 games. They continue to impress with their free-flowing football and they are now favourites with all the bookmakers to win the title this season.Th

- Good thing it's only Barcelona next on the schedule! Games like this are what makes soccer great. It doesn't really matter how you play, just that you score. For the vast majority of this game, Juventus were the better side. In the opening two minutes, Federico Bernardeschi — in one of his rare starts — slipped a beautiful ball to a streaking Gonzalo Higuain, who wasn't able to bury the chance, al

-  Sampdoria 3-2 JuventusScorers: Duvan Zapata 52 (S), Torreira 71 (S), Ferrari 79 (S), Higuain pen 91 (J), Dybala 93 (J)Max Allegri described Juve’s 3-2 loss to Sampdoria an ‘unexpected slap’ in the face and singled out Sami Khedira for criticism.Biggest winner/biggest loser:Allegri was diplomatic after the game, calling it an ‘unexpected slap in the face’ while trying to draw positives from Juve’s

- Juventus scored two late goals to keep the scoreline respectable but they were ill-prepared for a Sampdoria side that outfought them to secure their 6th home win in a row.Player RatingsDefenceBob Szcsesny: Made a good save in the first half but left stranded by his defence on the Sampdoria opener. A great block on Zapata wasn’t enough to keep Juve in it and he was let down again  when Torreira was

- Stewart Robson dissects the North London derby, and discusses how Arsenal were able to overcome an in-form Spurs side. Never mine those Arsenal/Tottenham combined XIs that were all the rage or that Arsene Wenger's sporting obituary has been written many times over; Saturday's North London derby was a reminder that fitness matters and tactics matter and that, while Mesut Ozil may be incon

- Gab Marcotti addresses Juventus' Serie A form and the mounting pressure on Max Allegri after their loss at Sampdoria. Juventus head coach Massimiliano Allegri admits he is sorry for his side's 3-2 Serie A defeat to Sampdoria. Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri says he does not regret his decision to leave out Paulo Dybala after his goal came too late to save a much-changed Bianco

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