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Juventus End Parma’s Unbeaten Run

Italian Serie A: Juventus 2-1 Parma 26 March 2014

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Juventus stretched their unbeaten run to 22 Serie A matches as they defeated a ten-man Parma side 2-1 at the Juventus Stadium on Wednesday evening. 

Christiano Molinaro thought he could have helped spur on a comeback as his second-half strike halved Carlos Tevez’s two-goal advantage, but Amauri’s sending off dampened the occasion for Parma. 

The fixture paired two of the most evenly in-form teams together as Juventus were sitting on top of the table with just one point, while Parma were on an unbeaten run of 17 matches. 

Parma got off to a positive start when Christian Molinaro, a former Juventus players, forced a brilliant save from Gianluigi Buffon from close range after a looping assist was sent over the top. 

But Juventus took the lead in the 25th minute with their first effort at goal. Carlos Tevez went on a blazing run up the right side of the field, and he held off Gabriel Paletta to beat Antonio Mirante at the near post. 

The lead was doubled seven minutes by the Argentine again, as he followed-up on a parried Arturo Vidal shot to score his 18th goal of the season and go on top of the goalscoring charts. 

Kwadwo Asamoah was fortunate not to walk away with a red card at the restart when he lashed out a heavy challenge on Jonathan Biabiany for a second bookable offence. 

Parma cut their deficit in half with a great goal by Molinaro. The defender did well to control the ball off a backward header, before hitting it on the half-volley and firing an unstoppable strike past Buffon. 

But the Crociati suffered a blow to their potential comeback when former Juventus player Amuari was shown an immediate red card for an elbow to Giorgio Chiellini’s head. 

It was so nearly 2-2 when chaos erupted in the box, which also heard screams for a penalty appeal, as Juventus desperately managed to scramble a last ditch clearance away. 

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26 Mar 2014 21:45 Juventus Stadium Italian Serie A
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25’ Carlos Tévez

32’ Carlos Tévez

62’ Cristian Molinaro

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ronaldrid Level 5
Juve r on fire!

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2legend1 Level 6
we will we will rock u

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yung_aka Level 4
1 team just needed to loose

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Jandesar_Mtolo Level 5
Tevez

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ronaldrid Level 5
Juve end Parma's unbeaten run while theirs continue

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skipper10 Level 6
Bloody Mafias...,but Tevez is on song if he doesn't do the one man boycot again

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super-mario-9 Level 5
Tevezzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz z

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Ngwako_jah Level 4
I jzt lyk andrea pirlo, thats all.

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LekaotaChelsea Level 8
Tevez is best playa at juve,he play lyk he is last day in lyf evryday he play

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Glamour_Blogger Level 6
Tevez and Juventus, its business as usual

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Lucy_man Level 3
Tevez z proving 2 b a top,top signing,next season i want to see this team being in the semi-finals of CL.

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mphomm12 Level 6
Carlos Tevez He is Enjoying hs time @ Juventus

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Senzokuhle23 Level 6
Juve is like kaizer chiefs neh

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iSaidSine Level 5
Juventus is just on fire neh

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Mbhetse87 Level 3
I wnder Y Man U released dis man CT strght

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