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Juventus draw Napoli 3-3

11-30-2011 16:35 BJT

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We move to Italy now where league leader Juventus aimed to extend its unbeaten run to start the season. But the club met up with determined Napoli team playing its fourth game in 11 days.

16th minute, Andrea Pirlo brought down Ezequiel Lavezzi inside the box. But Napoli's Marek Hamsik blasted his kick over the bar.

He found the mark six minutes later. Hamsik puts the home side in front with a header. 1-0 for Napoli.

Juventus' Antonio Conte proud of 'brave' effort in Napoli draw.

3 minutes before the break...Pirlo tried to control the ball inside the box, but it found its way to Napoli's Goran Pandev. His opportunistic goal made it 2-0 at halftime.

Then, two minutes after the break, watch this great teamwork from Juve. Alessandro Matri finishes for a 2-1 score.

But Napoli got away from the Juve defenders again in the 68th minute. Pandev hit his second to put Napoli up 3-1 (replay) Two Juventus players couldn't stop the score.

It was up to the Juve offense to save the day, and it did. Marcelo Estigarribia got a goal at 73 minutes, and Simone Pepe delivered the equalizer 11 minutes from time. Juve comes back for a 3-3 draw and still leads AC Milan by two points after 12 games.


Editor:Zhang Rui |Source: CNTV.CN

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