Juventus set to the side their off-field inconveniences to save a 3-3 draw with Atalanta in Serie An on Sunday.
Massimiliano Allegri’s side was playing their most memorable match since being docked 15 focuses on Friday by an Italian soccer court examining the club’s exchange dealings, leaving the previous third-set club marooned in mid-table.
Sunday’s outcome left Juventus in the 10th spot with 23 places, while Atalanta is fifth with 35 places.
“We need to continue to take care of our responsibilities, which is on the pitch. We should thank the players for what they did tonight since I understand it is mentally harming to see yourself go from the second or third spot into the tenth; it seems like having what you accomplished removed,” Allegri shared with DAZN.
“The staff and the players who worked around them are to be saluted.”
Atalanta began the match firmly, scoring 13 goals in their last two games in all rivalries, and earnestly tried Juventus protection.
“If you come to Turin to protect, you will presumably lose on a punishment or free kick. I generally accept you want to score goals in these games, or you don’t come by an outcome,” Atalanta mentor Gian Piero Gasperini shared with DAZN.
Atalanta started to lead the pack following five minutes when forward Ademola Lookman figured out how to get to the edge of the container, where his shot from an intense point beat Juventus goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny.
The hosts levelled in the 25th moment when Heavenly messenger Di Maria changed over a punishment provided for a foul on Nicolo Fagioli by Ederson. Arkadiusz Milik finished the rebound with a volley inside the crate from Fagioli’s cross under 10 minutes after the fact.
Atalanta required eight minutes of the last part to retake the lead, with Joakim Maehle levelling 35 sec after the restart before Lookman headed in his 2nd of the night in the 53rd moment.
Danilo balanced for Juventus in the 65th moment with a much-positioned low free kick.