How to keep the crowd happy at the Juventus vs. Napoli match

June 22, 2021 0 Comments

On the eve of the Juventus v.

Napolinese encounter, we look at how to keep them happy.

Goalkeeper: Gianluigi Buffon Gianluigi Buffon started out the match with two saves and a brace. 

The former Juventus player and the man who will be playing for his hometown club for the next four years has shown the quality to be a real threat. 

With the match starting in a tough place, Buffon had to work hard to keep Napoli on the back foot. 

His first stop was to save from Roberto Di Matteo after a free kick in the box. 

It was an impressive first touch from Buffon and his quick reactions on the ball allowed him to stay in position. 

When Di Mattei came close to scoring the second goal, he was stopped by the goalkeeper. 

There is no doubt Buffon is one of the best goalkeepers in the world and that has shown during his time in Turin. 

However, he has had a difficult time in recent years, with his first stint at Juventus ending in mid-November 2013. 

He also struggled in a spell at Napoli, with the club ending his loan spell in March 2014. 

This time, Buffo will be aiming to make a return to Juventus, having been released by the Italian giants at the end of the 2014-15 season. 

Defender: Alessandro Florenzi Florenza has been a key player for Juventus over the last few years. 

Florenza’s role on the left flank has been vital in the Juventus team, with Juventus having scored 30 goals this season.

He is also the club’s all-time top scorer with 16 goals in all competitions, and he is a fan favourite for his work on the pitch. 

Despite playing only 20 games in the last two seasons, Florenizia is a proven and highly respected player. 

On his return to Turin, he will be looking to improve on his last two appearances in Turino, where he scored three goals. 

Fernando Llorente Flores is the club captain, and the Italian international has been one of Juventus’ best performers over the past couple of seasons. 

As a result, he is expected to be the man to keep an eye on when Juventus face Napoli in Turini on Sunday. 

Goalkeeper Giuseppe Marotta Marotta has been playing at a high level since he was 14 years old. 

In 2015-16, he made the step up to Serie A by winning the Champions League with Juventus, before being signed by Juventus in January 2018. 

Marotta has made 22 appearances this season, scoring six goals.

Defender Mario Mandzukic Manzukic has been at the heart of Juventus goalscoring for the last decade. 

Mazza played in all five of Juventus’s Serie A championships between 2008 and 2015, and made two appearances for Napoli. 

Having just turned 26 years old, the German has been linked with a move to Juventus this summer. 

Centre back Marcello Lippi Majdan Kasami is another player who has impressed in recent seasons.

He has been in the side for several years now, and is also a fan favorite. 

A member of the Italian national team, he scored the third goal of his career for Juventus in a 3-0 win over Italy in November 2017. 

Midfielder Mario Balotelli The Juventus striker is one to keep a close eye on in Turinese. 

After scoring 16 goals for the Turin giants last season, he could be a big target for the Italian side. 

Balotelli has been with the Bianconeri since they were relegated from Serie A, and his recent form is encouraging for the club. 

Lorenzo Insigne The Italian midfielder has been involved in the Biancocelesti’s most successful seasons, scoring 28 goals in his last three seasons.

Insigne is one player who is expected on Juventus’ radar as he has scored five goals in four appearances this year. 

 Miguel Insigne and the Juventus’ attack One of the big questions in Turinia this season will be whether Juventus will be able to keep their attacking form going. 

For all the talk of Juventus playing like a team that is lacking in creativity, they have been far from it this season in Serie A. They only scored nine goals in 15 matches, a season low. 

Juventus also have struggled defensively this season with six shutouts. 

Although they have conceded 11 goals this campaign, the defensive struggles have also caused them problems, as the defensive record shows. 

Interior Mattia De Sciglio Inter’s defense has also been lacking this season for a number of reasons, but one of those reasons is the injuries. 

De Sciglios recent injury He had a knee