Juventus Turin loses the home game against Udinese Calcio in Serie A and is now its closest rival, seven points less than leaders Inter Milan, who won at AS Roma.
Despite a clear superiority, Juventus lost against a relegation candidate on Monday evening (February 12, 2024) at the end of the 24th matchday. Argentinian Lautaro Gianetti scored the goal for the team from Udine in the 25th minute and shocked the record champions, who lost a home game for the first time this season and have not won any of the last three games.
Two days earlier, Inter Milan had come from behind to win at Roma. The former Mönchengladbacher Marcus Thuram contributed decisively to Inters in the 4:2 (1:2) with a goal and a forced own goal comeback after the break.
Thuram After the break in the 49th minute, he initially scored to equalize 2-2, and a little later he made a crucial difference in Angelino’s own goal (56th). Alessandro Bastoni (90+3) made the decision in stoppage time.
Rome briefly turns the game on its head
Previously, Rome had taken control of the game after Francesco Acerbi took the lead in the 17th minute thanks to goals from Gianluca Mancini (28th) and Stephan El Shaarawy (44th) turned upside down. Inter, with former Gladbach and Munich player Yann Sommer between the posts as usual, are now at the top with 60 points.
Milan keeps the pressure on
AC Milan moved within one point of Juventus. Coach Stefano Pioli’s team defeated defending champions SSC Napoli 1-0 (1-0) on Sunday.
French runner-up Theo Hernandez (25th) scored the goal of the day for the superior hosts in the Giuseppe Meazza Stadium. Masters Naples are still in ninth place in the table with 35 points beyond good and evil.