The guests from Leverkusen, where Austrian Confederation goalkeeper Patrick Bentz apparently did not appear in the squad due to shoulder problems, got off to a good start in Rome and had two good chances through Robert Andrich (first) and Florian Wertz (seventh). Then Roma, who started without the ailing Paulo Dybala and Chris Smalling, entered the game better and were very close to taking the lead: Bayer goalkeeper Lukas Hradecki thwarted Roger Ibanez’s header with a brilliant reaction in the 19th minute.
Eduardo Bove replaced the Roma fans in the 62nd minute when, after Abraham’s shot, he turned the rebound into Hradec’s goal. Leverkusen tried in vain to equalize until the end. Dangerous work by Jeremy Frimpong (87) whistle by the referee due to a mistake in making.
In Turin, Sevilla presented themselves as a more dangerous team and deservedly took the lead in the 26th minute through Youssef En-Nesyri. Juventus was lucky to be only 0-1 at the break. When Ivan Rakitic shot (39), he prevented the crossbar and then goalkeeper Wojciech Chesny from celebrating the goal. For a long time in the second half it looked as if the Italians could no longer make a decisive difference. But in the 97th minute, Federico Gatti headed in after a corner kick at the five to make it 1-1.
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