Tuesday, 14 January 2020
Juventus Tops the Serie A Standings, the Following are the Complete Results of the European League
DBasia.news – The eight times defending Serie A champions, showed a great performance against AS Roma. After overthrowing the Giallorossi I team, Juventus managed to force Inter Milan down from the top of the standings.
Playing at the Stadio Olimpico, AS Roma’s headquarters, Juventus won 2-1, Monday (01/13) AM. Juventus’ two goals came quickly in the first 10 minutes through Merih Demiral (3 ‘) and Cristiano Ronaldo’s penalty (10’).
AS Roma, with 53 percent possession, was only able to minimize it from goals scored by Diego Perrotti from the spot on the 68the minute. Roma continued to not play efficiently as they only scored one goal from 22 attempted kicks and six kicks on target.
While Juventus are only releasing five kick attempts, four of them on target and two goals. Juventus immediately won the position of Inter at the top of the standings and moved away with a distance of two points. Previously, Inter drew 1-1 against Atalanta.
Switching to French Ligue 1. The defending champions’ pace and current top of the standings, PSG (Paris Saint-Germain), is held in Week 20 Ligue against AS Monaco at the Parc des Princes, Monday (01/13). The six goal drama took place in Paris.
Neymar scored two goals in minutes three and 42 (penalty), then another PSG goal was by Fode Ballo-Toure’s own goal (24 ‘). While Monaco’s three goals were scored by Gelson Martins (7 ‘), Wissam Ben Yedder (13’), and Islam Slimani (70 ‘).
The result did not change the position in the standings. PSG are number one with 46 points, leaving one match postponed, followed by Olympique Marseille who have won 41 points.
The following are the complete match results in the Premier League, Serie A and Ligue 1:
– Rennes 0-1 Marseille
– Bordeaux 1-2 Lyon
– Amiens 1-2 Montpellier
– Metz 1-0 Strasbourg
– Angers 1-1 Nice
– Toulouse 2-5 Brest
– Nimes 2-0 Stade Reims
– St Etienne 0-2 Nantes
– Dijon 1-0 Lille
– PSG 3-3 Monaco
– Cagliari 0-2 AC Milan
– Lazio 1-0 Napoli
– Inter Milan 1-1 Atalanta
– Udinese 3-0 Sassuolo
– Sampdoria 5-1 Brescia
– Fiorentina 1-0 SPAL
– Torino 1-0 Bologna
– Verona 2-1 Genoa
– Roma 1-2 Juventus
– Sheffield United 1-0 West Ham
– Crystal Palace 1-1 Arsenal
– Everton 1-0 Brighton
– Leicester 1-2 Southampton
– Man United 4-0 Norwich
– Chelsea 3-0 Burnley
– Wolves 1-1 Newcastle
– Tottenham 0-1 Liverpool
– Bournemouth 0-3 Watford
– Aston Villa 1-6 Man City
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