The Ecuadorian put Lazio’s final 1-1 against Juventus in the 95th after a brilliant move by the Argentine forward. CR7 left the court and worries Vecchia Signora and Portugal.
Already the Lazio – Juventus preview promised a match of those that make it worth getting up at 8.30 on a Sunday to sit on the couch to watch football. And the exciting ending at the Olympic Stadium in Rome confirmed it. Because when it seemed that Juve He was left with the victory, the Argentine Joaquín Correa broke all the papers with an excellent play, in which he put a nice pipe and took off three players to attend Felipe Caicedo, which put the final 1-1 in the additional fifth minute.
Although the local came out better standing on the field and took the initiative from the first minutes of the match against a Juventus who was waiting, in the first clear arrival of the Old lady Cristiano Ronaldo appeared – when not? – and, after a great move by Juan Cuadrado, who started it and then assisted CR7, the Portuguese scored the first goal.
In his third game since his return to the courts after overcoming the coronavirus, the crack of the Juve again showed that the three weeks of inactivity due to the virus did not affect its quality. It is his third goal since the return.
Cristiano himself had two chances to stretch the difference at the end of the first half, but first the stick and then the saving hands of Pepe Reina they drowned out his cry.
Despite the goal, not all of them were good for Cristiano: in the second half had to leave the court for a discomfort, after a blow to his right ankle when he went to cover a ball.
As soon as he saw him in pain, Andrea Pirlo He decided to take him off the field and sent Paulo Dybala to the field of play. The Portuguese gesture of pain when walking and the subsequent images on the bench generated a great alarm in the Juve, that he felt the absence of Cristiano in the games in which he could not play.
With Correa’s push as the maximum reference point in the attack, Lazio continued to search until the end and had its reward in the closing, thanks to the good play of the former Estudiantes, who was a hero in the victory of the National Team at the height of La Paz and, in these days, will travel to Argentina to join the squad led by Lionel Scaloni, facing a new double round of Qualifiers.
With the tie, Juventus was third, three points behind Milan, who played later this Sunday. On the side of Lazio, it is ninth with 11 units.