Turin, May 17 (BNA): Sergei Milinkovic-Savic scored a goal in stoppage time, as Lazio scored a thrilling 2-2 draw with Juventus in Serie A on Monday, a point that decided Roma’s place in the European League next season, It cast a shadow on Giorgio. Farewell Chiellini and Paulo Dybala.
Juventus have already confirmed that they will take fourth place this season, and can take the match to Lazio with pressure on them, and take the lead in the tenth minute after Dusan Vlahovic’s header into the net, Reuters reported.
Veteran defender Chiellini was sacked early on and won a standing ovation in what would be his last home game for Juventus before leaving the club after 18 years in Turin.
Spain striker Alvaro Morata then doubled Juve’s lead in the 36th minute as they looked set to give their fans something to cheer after an overall disappointing season for the most successful team in Serie A.
Juventus cleared the gas in the second half, but Alex Sandro’s own goal six minutes into the break gave Lazio hope of getting something out of the match.
And the visitors didn’t look like they scored another goal between them, as Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri sent Dybala off to allow him a moment of applause before he also left the club.
But Milinkovic-Savic had the final say, with the last kick of the match, to ensure Fiorentina could not overtake fifth-placed Lazio in seventh place, so the Europa League campaign awaits next season.
“Tonight was a wonderful evening full of emotions,” Allegri told Sky Sport Italia. A Chiellini and Dybala evening.
“Some videos of Chiellini should be sent to our training ground to show how he applies himself. On a personal and human level, he also helped me a lot when I arrived at Juventus. He introduced me to Juventus.
“Dybala has been an important player for seven years, I raised him because he was a kid and the fans gave him a well-deserved honor. It was nice to finish the match with a win for them, but tonight’s match sums up our year – we need to get used to winning again.”