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Juventus-Roma, challenge between big ten national teams

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The expected match on Sunday at the Stadium: many of the jewels of the coach Mancini Da Chiesa a Pellegrini will parade in the window: six European champions and four other Azzurri in the same match

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Same stadium and same international showcase. Not even the time to say goodbye after winning the 3rd place in the Nations League, Sunday afternoon against Belgium, and eight Azzurri will meet again at the Turin Stadium to give life to the long-awaited and fundamental Juve-Roma. It will be the triumph of Made in Italy in the Sunday evening appointment that is worth a piece of the championship as well as a nice slice of pride: from Chiesa to Cristante – passing through Chiellini, Bernardeschi, Bonucci and Locatelli – there will be six heroes of the magical nights plus the former Juventus player Spinazzola in the stands, due to injury, and the almost champion Pellegrini (knocked out in the last training sessions before his debut) to complete a unique picture.

There will be other talents such as Zaniolo, Kean and Calafiori (62 years in three) who can help the national team in view of the World Cup, but the cover duel will be that between Chiesa and Pellegrini. The Roma player did not let down by the misfortune that denied him the dream of Wembley and has now become one of the strongest, most continuous and decisive midfielders in Europe. Between the championship and the cups he has already scored 7 goals in 10 games, also churning out two assists for his teammates, and will be among the expected protagonists of the Serie A big-match.

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The Giallorossi’s hopes pass from the feet and tactical intelligence of this Roman from Rome: he grew up in the myth of Totti and De Rossi, to the point of embodying a mix of the two, and now he is the perfect heir since he is the captain of the team Mourinho and has just renewed the contract until 2026.

Even without wearing the headband, Juventus’ answer to Pellegrini is Federico Chiesa. A talent that exploded in Juventus and capable of becoming essential also for Italy in this unforgettable 2021 to the sound of goals, assists, dribbling, shots and races. The former viola decided Juve’s last victory at the Stadium, 1-0 at Chelsea in the Champions League last September 29, and will be Allegri’s wild card in a match where the Livorno coach has to invent the midfield (Rabiot out for Covid, while Bentancur returns on Saturday: the only certainty is Locatelli)) and also the attack since Dybala and Morata are still training separately. There is an air of “cheerfulness”, while Moise Kean is a candidate for a role as a starter, Bernardeschi can act in multiple roles and Chiesa can do everything up front both as a winger and a center forward. It is no coincidence that Mourinho studies a cage to stop him and the contribution of Gianluca Mancini, another blue who dreams of Qatar 2022, will be fundamental to lead the Roma defense against a Juve that must win to cultivate the chance of comeback. On the other side of the fence are Bonucci and Chiellini: not only the best central pair of the European Championship, but two Bianconeri totems who have always exalted themselves against Roma. The first will want to cancel the expulsion against Spain. The two senators (together they make 991 appearances in Juve) will hardly cross the English Abraham struggling with a trauma to his right foot, but there will be no lack of work with the movements of Pellegrini and Zaniolo. A duel within a duel, with the scent of blue and champions. Old and new, to the delight of Roberto Mancini. –

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