Quadrado and Dibala goals opened up a 3-point gap from Inter, who would later play against Lazio • Kylini first returned since August
Kylini replaces Bonucci
The White-Black are in one of their weaker periods, following the loss to Verona in the previous cycle, but tonight (Sunday) they achieved a victory against Brescia from the bottom.
Without Cristiano Ronaldo getting a rest, Paolo DiBalla was the first to score Juventus's first minute in the 38th minute with a great free kick after Florian Aja's exclusion from Brescia. Quadrado doubled in the 75th minute, and soon after, the thrilling moment of the match was recorded when Gurujo Kailini returned after a prolonged absence, earning a standing ovation from the home crowd.
Now the old lady has opened a three-point gap at the top of Inter, which will play tonight (21:45) against Lazio III in the top tier, and could return to the lead if she wins outside.