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Serie A: Juventus and Napoli started the season with a storm Israel today


A double by Vlahovic and another goal by Di Maria gave the Old Lady a 0:3 over Sassuolo • The Blues defeated Verona 2:5 away

In the last two years, Juventus, who got used to dominating the Italian league in the last decade, saw Inter and Milan pick up the Scudetto.

The old lady did a face lift this summer and brought in Angel Di Maria, Paul Pogba and Felipe Kostic among others to return to fight for the championship.

Tonight (Monday) in its debut match in Serie A, Juve impressed with a 0:3 victory over Sassuolo.

Di Maria, who arrived after good years in Paris Saint-Germain, was honored with the first (27) when Dushan Vlahovic added a pair (43 in the penalty, 51) and showed that Massimiliano Allegri has someone to trust, at least from his direction.

Napoli players celebrate, this evening in Verona, photo: AFP

Napoli went through quite a few upheavals in its squad this summer.

Players who played for her for years and became icons such as Lorenzo Insigne, Dries Martens and Kalidou Koulibaly moved to other destinations around the world and the team from southern Italy had to find other players to enter their slot.

Tonight in the first game of the season it seems that those who arrived and those who stayed can provide quite a few good moments this season when they defeated Verona 2:5 away.

Khabija Kabartshaklia (38), who came from Kazan and is considered Georgia's great hope, scored first as Viktor Osiman (45), Piotr Zielinski (57), Stanislav Lobotka (67) and Matteo Politano (80) joined in the celebration.

Kevin Lasagna (30) and Thomas Henry (49) scored for the bruised host.

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Source: israelhayom

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