The Bianconere continue to do good things against big-time opponents in Europe.
Well that’s a good way to go into the World Cup break!
No style points, but three points.
WELL, WELL, WELL!
There will be European football come the restart in 2023, but it won’t be in the Champions League.
The kids seem to be doing OK.
Another solid result against team that is pretty, pretty good.
It was nothing spectacular, but the Bianconere began the group stage with a win in Switzerland for the second straight year.
There’s some joy for one day, at least.
Time to hit the eject button.
You got to see Juventus win two games in a row and that’s all you will get.
So wins in the Champions League group stage this season do exist!
Actual entertainment from Juventus!
This is not good.
Just a nice, drama-free night at the stadium!
Well, that could have been a lot worse than it was.
That did not go as well as we had hoped.
Well, that was an absolute chore.
A tale of two cities, or halves or something.
Well, that was pretty awful.
Well, that season opener was sure as hell a lot better than what we saw from Juve last year.
A step up in competition saw Juventus do some good things, but also see some very obvious weaknesses exploited in the second friendly of the summer.
Juve’s first friendly of the summer is over and done with. And all in all, it was a pretty solid night in Las Vegas.
Italy’s manager left one of her best players on the bench to start, but luckily it was Bonansea time in the second half.
France was quite good. Italy ... not so much.
I’m not crying, YOU are crying.
On a night in which you wanted the players to decide the game, an Italian referee played a major role again.
Juventus’ youngest starter and oldest starter play starring roles in a step closer to securing Champions League football for the fall of 2022.