Juventus, and Barcelona draw 2-2 in US cordial

Juventus, and Barcelona draw 2-2 in US cordial

Ousmane Dembele and Moise Kean scored two objectives each as Barcelona and Juventus battled to an engaging 2-2 draw in their US pre-season well in Dallas on Tuesday.

French winger Dembele terminated Barcelona after 34 minutes at the Cotton Bowl, wriggling past Juventus players Juan Cuadrado and Sandro before beating Juve goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny it 1-0.

In any case, Juventus hit back five minutes after the fact, with Colombian wing-back Cuadrado setting things straight with a pinpoint low cross that found Kean, who tapped in past Barcelona goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen.

Once more, Barcelona was before long back in front once more, nonetheless, and the objective came as Dembele rebuffed poor guarding.

Cuadrado was again to blame, with Dembele skirting past the South American’s covering tackle and afterwards slicing past Manuel Locatelli to shoot past Szczesny for a 2-1 lead.

Barcelona mentor Xavi Hernandez made a whirlwind of changes at half-time, with Dembele clearing a path for new Brazilian marking Raphina.

The previous Leeds striker had a moment effect, impacting a long-range shot that Szczesny parried over the bar.

Regardless of Barcelona’s splendid beginning to the half, it was Juventus who scored next, with Kean hiding a bounce back after a deft methodology play by Denis Zakaria and Locatelli on 52 minutes.

Barcelona came near the leading edge objective and hit the woodwork twice right away in 68 minutes.

Raphina shook the crossbar with a twisting free kick, and from the bounce back, Ansu Fati’s twisting shot from the perimeter of the area cannoned ease off the post.

That was as close as either side broke the gridlock, while Barcelona’s new marking Robert Lewandowski battled to make a big deal regarding an imprint before being subbed halfway through the final part.

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