Result JUVENTUS 3 - 0 TORINO, Goals by Claudio Marchisio and Sebastian Giovinco, Saturday 1 December 2012, Italian Serie A Week 15

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     63% Ball Possession JUVENTUS and 37% Ball Possession TORINO
       Juventus 3 - 0 Torino
                                57' Claudio Marchisio
                                67' Sebastian Giovinco
                                84' Claudio Marchisio

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Juventus win the Derby di Torino,  il Derby della Mole, (Turin Derby) and get back to the winning road keeping the leadership.   Juventus defeating a 10-man Torino squad after the sent off  from defender Kamil Glik in the 36th minute.  Two goals by midfielder Claudio Marchisio and one by forward Sebastian Giovinco punishing the Toro. 

This is the 78th Derby and missing since March 2009.  It's also the last game directed by Juventus vice coach Alessio as Coach Antonio Conte returns after suspension from the match fixing on next game.    Juventus accomplishing their mission playing for the leadership while Torino to avoid falling in relegation being only 4 points away the red zone.  The module with a twist from Juve with a 4-3-3 versus the Torino 4-2-4

Recovery moment for Juventus after suffering a blow last week in San Siro when AC Milan defeated them with a penalty converted by Robinho. Juventus reaching 35 points and sole leader despite the result from Napoli holding the second position with 30 points and playing on Sunday against Pescara.

A crowded stadium and giants banners, flags mostly for Juventus. 

Here is the official lineup from JUVENTUS by coach Alessio (in place of suspended Antonio Conte):

Juventus (4-3-3): Buffon; Lichtsteiner, Barzagli, Bonucci, De Ceglie; Pogba, Pirlo, Marchisio; Giaccherini, Vucinic, Giovinco

Here is the official lineup from TORINO by coach Giampiero Ventura:

Torino (4-2-4): Gillet; Darmian, Glik, Ogbonna, D’Ambrosio; Basha, Gazzi; Cerci, Bianchi, Meggiorini, Santana.

Players making their entrance to the pitch while the screen showing first the match officials....   banners for Juventus .....

First yellow card of the match is for Juventus defender Paolo De Ceglie for a foul on Torino midfielder Alessio Cerci bringing him down in the 20th minute. 

Just a minute later, second yellow card of the match is for Torino for midfielder Migjen Basha for a foul on Juventus midfielder Claudio Marchisio. 

Helllo!!!! Mamma mia, guys, a clear chance for Torino to score in the 23rd minute when Juventus goalkeeper Gigi Buffon anticipates and the net is empty for the left footed shot by forward Riccardo Meggiorini coming from the left side missing it to the right!!!
Juventus knocking and challenging the Toro.   In the 31st minute it is Paul Pogba to deliver a right footed shot coming from outside the box to alert Torino goalkeeper Gillet and he is denying the joy to shout a goal by saving in the bottom left corner.
In the 31st minute 

Oh oh spaghetti oh!!!!! In the 36th minute Referee Gianluca Rocchi giving a straight  RED CARD  for a clear and danger foul, totally unnecessary by defender Kamil Glik bringing down forward Emanuele Giaccherini leaving him on the ground.  Close up from  Torino coach Ventura now wondering what to do for the rest of the  54 minutes

Ventura now adjusting his formation after the sent off from Glik by making a substitution in the 40th minute.  Forward Emanuele Giaccherini is replaced by defender Valerio Di Cesare.

Oh no!  What else can go wrong for Torino?  You won't believe this one.... in the 41st minute Referee Rocchi gives a penalty to Juventus conceded by Migjen Basha for a handball in the penalty area.  Torino players protesting, but the decision stands.  Now, here is the thing... the amazing part.... what?  well, taking the penalty spot is Juventus midfielder Andrea Pirlo and when you thought this was going to be the first goal, then, PUFF.... what?  Yep. Pirlo missing his right footed shot sending it all the way to the stands.... too high and he cannot believe his luck and neither the fans.  Actually, I could not believe it either......

Video Juventus midfielder Andrea Pirlo failing to convert the penalty against Torino

Last minutes an intensive attack by Juventus looking to open the score, yet all attempts vain. What  am I talking about?  Well, imagine three corners for Juventus in the 45th minute.   Last attempt missed by midfielder Claudio Marchisio with a headed shot missing to the right after the assist by Giovinco following the corner. 

Referee Rocchi whistles the end of the first half ending  58% ball possession Juventus and 42% ball possession Torino.

Second half starts with Juventus making a substitution in the 45th minute.  Forward Emanuele Giaccherini is replaced by forward Nicklas Bendtner.

In the 49th minute clear chance for Juventus with Bendtner  with a headed shot to the second post, and  then Pogba with another  headed shot and failing from close range.
Finally there is a goaaaaallllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll   In the 57th minute it is Juventus to take the lead with midfielder Claudio Marchisio.  Here is the action.   A cross by forward Sebastian Giovinco and Marchisio running fast enough to arrive for the headed shot and falling on the ground and Torino defender Darmian not able to stop him while Torino goalkeeper Gillet attempts to save with one hand and also falling on the ground when the ball ends in the top left corner.  Marchisio seeing the ball inside and now stands to run and celebrate towards  Juventus fans while a close up from Juventus president Agnelli.  It's the second goal of the season for Marchisio.

Juventus continuing the pressing and in the 59th minute closer to the second goal when Pogba delivered a right footed shot coming from the right side though saved by Torino goalkeeper Gillet in the center. 

Juventus with a second substitution in the 61st minute.  Midfielder Kwadwo Asamoah replacing Paolo De Ceglie. 

Torino with a substitution in the 63rd minute. Forward Rolando Bianchi replaced by Alen Stevanovic.  Bianchi with a sad  facial gesture leaving the pitch among whistles. 

Oh well, shout another ggggggggggggggggggggoooooooooooooooallllllllllllllllllllll  in the 67th minute, a brilliant pass by forward Mirko Vucinic seeing his teammate Sebastian Giovinco ready  for the shot from the right side, Giovinco gets the ball and kind of controlling the final direction before shooting with the right while Torino defender Danilo D'Ambrosio attempts to block with his foot, but nothing to do,  leaving Torino goalkeeper Gillet extending on a vain attempt to clear seeing the ball in the bottom left corner.   The party at the Juventus Arena with fans displaying now all their banners to celebrate with Giovinco his 5th goal of the season too.

Torino battling and in the 69th minute midfielder Alessio Cerci with a chance to shorten the distance with a left footed shot coming from outside the box with assist by Mario Santana though Juventus goalkeeper Buffon saves in the center. 

In the 74th minute, pressing continuing from Juventus.  An assist from Marchisio to Nicklas Bendtner  delivering  a right footed shot from close range  challenging Torino goalkeeper Gillet and he saves in the bottom left corner. 

In the 79th minute, Juventus making the last substitution. Forward Sebastian Giovinco is replaced by forward Alessandro Matri.  Giovinco leaving the pitch with a standing ovation from Juventus fans applauding his while Giovinco thanks them back applauding too. 

And let's say it again. .. GOOOALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL  In the 84th minute Claudio Marchisio again!!!   Here is the action, a long cross by Alessandro Matri towards Mirko Vucinic  accommodating the ball with the chest, then making the pass to Marchisio who was in the left side and there you go Marchisio delivering a left footed shot defeating Torino goalkeeper Gillet  in the bottom right corner.   It's the 3rd goal of the season for Marchisio.  Party at the Juventus Arena is set.....   curtains closed?  It seems so...

This is it.....  Referee Rocchi whistles the end of the game after two minutes added time.  Juventus winning the Derby della Mole.....

Serie A Standing AFTER the game:
Juventus, 1st position with 35 points and a positive goal difference of +22
Torino,  14th position with 15 points and a positive goal difference of -2
Position Team P W D L GF  GA Diff. Points
1 Juventus 15 11 2 2 32  10 22 35
14 Turin 15 3 7 5 15  17 -2 15

Statistics. AFTER the game.  Top scorer for JUVENTUS:  Forward Fabio Quagliarella with 6 goals
Top scorer for TORINO:  Forward Rolando Bianchi with 4 goals

Juventus Goals Goals Torino
Quagliarella, Fabio 6 4 Bianchi, Rolando
Vidal, Arturo 5 2 D'Ambrosio, Danilo
Giovinco, Sebastian 5 1 Gazzi, Alessandro
Marchisio, Claudio 3 1 Cerci, Alessio
Pirlo, Andrea 3 1 Stevanovic, Alen

Stats are in favor of Juventus:  33 wins, 18 draws and 16 defeats on home soil.

The last time TORINO came out on top was back on April 9, 1995, when Rizzitelli’s double condemned Marcello Lippi’s men to a 2-1 defeat at the old stadium  Delle Alpi.  Since then, Juventus have gone unbeaten in the following 12 fixtures played, winning eight and drawing four. The previous two encounters, in 2008/09, saw the Bianconeri run out 1-0 winners both home and away, with forward Amauri and defender Giorgio Chiellini scoring.

Statistics.  Before the game.  Here are the last 3 games from JUVENTUS:
25/11/12 SA Milan - Juventus 1:0 Round 14
20/11/12 Champions League
Juventus - Chelsea 3:0 Round 5
17/11/12 SA Juventus - Lazio 0:0 Round 13

Here are the last 3 games from TORINO:  

28/11/12 Coppa Italia
Siena - Torino 2:0 Round 4
25/11/12 SA Torino - Fiorentina 2:2 Round 14
19/11/12 SA Roma - Torino 2:0 Round 13

Click the video to watch the highlights of the match, JUVENTUS v TORINO, Derby della Mole, Saturday 1 December 2012, Juventus Arena, Turin, Italy, Serie A Week 15

Juventus fans with  the "bianconeri flags" rooting for the team

Torino midfielder Alessandro Gazzi and defender Ogbonna  trying to block Juventus forward Mirko Vucinic.

The heroes of the Derby della Mole....  forward Sebastian Giovinco and midfielder Claudio Marchisio both scoring against Torino.

2012 - 2013 Italian Serie A - Week  15

Juventus 3 - 0 Torino
Saturday 1 December 2012
Juventus Arena
Turin, Italy
Referee:  ROCCHI
Fourth Official:   VUOTO



Juventus (4-3-3): Buffon; Lichtsteiner, Barzagli, Bonucci, De Ceglie; Pogba, Pirlo, Marchisio; Giaccherini, Vucinic, Giovinco

Substitutes.: Storari, Lucio, Chiellini, Pepe, Padoin, Marrone, Isla, Asamoah, Vidal, Quagliarella, Bendtner, Matri.

Coach:   Alessio

Torino (4-2-4): Gillet; Darmian, Glik, Ogbonna, D’Ambrosio; Basha, Gazzi; Cerci, Bianchi, Meggiorini, Santana.

Substitutes.: L. Gomis, Di Cesare, Rodriguez, Agostini, Masiello, Stevanovic, Brighi, Birsa, Vives, Verdi, Sgrigna, Sansone.

Coach: Giampiero Ventura

2012 - 2013 Italian Serie A - Week  15

Juventus 3 - 0 Torino
Saturday 1 December 2012
Juventus Arena
Turin, Italy
Referee:  ROCCHI
 Juventus Match Stats
26(10) Shots (on Goal) 5(2)
14 Fouls 13
15 Corner Kicks 2
1 Offsides 1
63% Ball Possession 37%
4 Yellow Cards 1
0 Red Cards 1
2 Saves 7

What do you think of the results? Which players surprised you or disappointed you and why?

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