Juventus Turin started the Champions League season perfectly an impressive 3-0 away win in Malmö.
The first 20 minutes were tough for Juventus as the home crowd cheered their side on, but a header from Alex Sandro calmed the nerves. A Paulo Dybala penalty just before half-time doubled Juve’s lead and Alvaro Morata immediately added a third place to the Bianconeri before half-time to end the game.
Szczecin 6.5; Danilo 6, De Ligt 6 (86 Rugani N / A), Bonucci 6.5, Alex Sandro 8; Cuadrado 7 (82 Kulusevski N / A), Locatelli 6, Bentancur 6.5 (68 McKennie 5.5), Rabiot 6; Dybala 7.5 (82 Ramsey N / A), Morata 7 (68 ′ Kean 6.5)
Player of the Game – Alex Sandro
The most dangerous player for Juventus Turin in the first half was Alex Sandro. He scored the crucial goal to get Juve off the ground and consistently held excellent positions in the final third of Malmo. He should have scored a second goal after breaking into the box, but he shot wide. The Brazilian showed that his age doesn’t have much of an impact on his game.