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Late Winner By Daniele Rugani Ends Juventus’ Four-Match Serie A Winless Run In 3-2 Victory Over Frosinone

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A 3-2 victory over Frosinone was secured by Juventus with a late goal from defender Daniele Rugani.

The win halted Juventus’ four-game winless streak in Serie A, placing them second in the standings, six points behind Inter Milan. Despite their position, Juventus have played two more games than Inter Milan. Frosinone, on the other hand, remain in 16th place with 20 points, narrowly avoiding relegation with a three-point lead over Hellas Verona in 18th position.

The match began favorably for Juventus, with Serbian striker Dusan Vlahovic scoring the opening goal after just three minutes, capitalizing on Weston McKennie’s cross. Vlahovic and McKennie showcased their creativity and effectiveness as key players for Juventus, combining strength and skill.

However, Juventus failed to maintain their momentum throughout the first half, allowing Frosinone to equalize with two well-executed goals on the counterattack, courtesy of Walid Cheddira and Marco Brescianini. This marked Frosinone’s first instance of scoring a brace away from home in the league since October.

Despite the setback, Juventus managed to level the score at 2-2 before halftime, with Vlahovic netting another goal with a precise finish past Michele Cerofolini’s reach.

Throughout the remainder of the game, Juventus dominated possession but struggled to convert their opportunities into clear-cut chances despite registering 22 shots on target.

In the dying moments of stoppage time, defender Daniele Rugani emerged as the unlikely hero, securing the victory for Juventus with a well-placed shot following Vlahovic’s flick from a corner.

The last-minute goal sparked jubilation among the home fans in Turin and provided a sense of relief for manager Max Allegri, ending Juventus’ recent spell of poor form.

Although their Serie A aspirations remain intact, Juventus faces a tough challenge in their upcoming match against Napoli next weekend. Meanwhile, Frosinone continues to search for their first Serie A away win of the season.

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