Serbian striker Dusan Vlahovic saved the Italian team, Juventus, from a loss against its deficient guest Bologna, by drawing 1-1 in a deadly time, during the 33rd stage of the Italian Football League. Austrian Marko Arnatovic opened the scoring for Bologna (52), while Vlahovic scored the equalizer for Bianconeri (90 + 5).
With this tie, Juventus raised its score to 63 points in fourth place, while Bologna raised its score to 38 points in thirteenth place. Bologna succeeded in advancing through Arnatovic, who received a perfect pass from Roberto Soriano behind the defense lines. The Austrian goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny was singled out and put the ball in the net (52).
The match witnessed two expulsions from Bologna, after the referee returned to the video assistant referee (VAR) after the “old lady” players objected not to award a penalty kick, but the referee awarded a violation from outside the area and the most famous red card for Ivory Coast defender Adama Somoro, after the Chilean was expelled Gary Medel for inappropriately objecting.
In the fifth minute of time, instead of lost, Vlahovic managed to score the equalizer, after a corner inside the area that reached the Spaniard Alvaro Morata, who met it with a scissor kick that Vlahovic followed with a header into the net.
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