Fiorentina and Juventus separated on a parity score this Saturday, during the 5th day.
Juventus conceded another draw on the 5th day of the Italian championship on Saturday away to Fiorentina (1-1), three days before moving to Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League (Tuesday at 9 p.m.) . This is already the third sharing of points (against two victories) for the Turinese who remain undefeated after five days in Calcio.
With this result, Juventus temporarily occupies 3rd place (9 points) in a ranking dominated by AS Roma and Atalanta Bergamo (10), pending all the other meetings of the weekend and in particular the Milan derby between AC and Inter at 6 p.m. Saturday.
At the Artemio Franchi stadium, everything started well for Massimiliano Allegri’s men. Already a scorer in his first match of the season in Bianconeri colors, during the week against La Spezia (2-0), Arkadiusz Milik did it again on Saturday by scoring with a deviation from the belly after a crunched volley from Filip Kostic (0-1, 9th). Freshly arrived from Marseille, the Pole was established for the first time by Allegri while the Serbian Dusan Vlahovic (already scored four times in the league) remained on the bench for the 90 minutes.
Juve was then trapped on the counter when Christian Kouamé took the visiting defense in the 29th minute to deceive Mattia Perin. The Italian started in goal in place of Wojciech Szczesny, the Pole who suffered a sprained right ankle after being injured during the reception of La Spezia. La Viola then passed close to 2-1 but Luka Jovic missed the conversion of a penalty after a handball from Leandro Paredes, landed two days earlier in Turin from PSG. In the second half, the Bianconeri were besieged by their hosts, proving too safe to claim the three points.