AS Roma Challenge Juventus in the Quarterfinals

AS Roma,  Juventus, Coppa Italia, Parma, Pellegrini, Nikola Kalinic, Dybala, VAR, Douglas Costa,

AS Roma completes the quarter-finals of the 2019-2020 Coppa Italia to challenge Juventus after frustrating Parma.

AS Roma carry out the Round of 16 Coppa Italia duel by visiting Parma headquarters, Ennio Tardini Stadium, (1/16/2020)

The Capital Wolf Squad managed to conquer the hosts with a 2-0 victory.

All AS Roma goals were scored by midfielder Lorenzo Pellegrini.

The first goal came in the 49th minute after Pellegrini collaborated one-two with Nikola Kalinic in the opponent's penalty box.

Their combination ends with a lethal Pellegrini shot which nests into the enemy's goal net.

The second goal was scored by Pellegrini through a penalty.

AS Roma,  Juventus, Coppa Italia, Parma, Pellegrini, Nikola Kalinic, Dybala, VAR, Douglas Costa,

Point 12 when the referee was appointed to Rome after the VAR review convicted of a handball by a Parma player in the forbidden box.

Pellegrini also did a good job of bringing Roma to a 2-0 win.

This breakthrough made the Wolf Team booked a place to meet Juventus in the quarter-finals.

Juventus beat Udinese in the last 16 Coppa Italia round at the Allianz Stadium in Turin, 15 January 2020.

Juventus first advanced to this phase by shaving Udinese 4-0 the day before.

Juventus goals come from the actions of Gonzalo Higuain, Paulo Dybala (2) and Douglas Costa.

The process of creating Juve's first goal was the most fierce because Higuain-Dybala made one or two passes three times before the goal was born (16 ').

The streak of passes between the two men is Higuain to Dybala-Higuain-Dybala-Higuain-Dybala, and empties again into Higuain, who controls the ball with the chest, then darts the right foot when facing the goalkeeper.

That fantastic collaboration goal was confirmed by Juventus 'second lethal through a Dybala penalty (26').

Entering the second half, substitute Higuain who provided assists through a flat pass for Dybala.

AS Roma,  Juventus, Coppa Italia, Parma, Pellegrini, Nikola Kalinic, Dybala, VAR, Douglas Costa,

The player with the back number 10, who is trusted to be the captain in this match, nettes the ball with a fantastic left-footed shot (58 ').

When the game enters an hour period, Dybala has the chance to carve a hat trick if he takes the penalty and puts it in for the third time (61 ').

However, Dybala handed the opportunity to Douglas Costa, who successfully became the executioner to make Juventus winning 4-0.

Following are the complete results of the last 16 of the Coppa Italia and the quarter-finals schedule

Torino 1-1 Genoa (De Silvestri 23 '; Favilli 14' - Torino wins
penalty 5-3)

Napoli 2-0 Perugia (Insigne 26'-pen., 38'-pen.)

Lazio 4-0 Cremonese (Patric 10 ', Parolo 26', Immobile 58'-pen., Bastos
89 ')

Inter Milan 4-1 Cagliari (Lukaku 1 ', 49', Borja 22 ', Ranocchia 81'; Oliva
73 ')

Fiorentina 2-1 Atalanta (Cutrone 11 ', Lirola 84'; Ilicic 67 ')

AC Milan 3-0 SPAL (Piatek 20 ', Castillejo 44', Hernandez 66 ')

Juventus 4-0 Udinese (Higuain 16 ', Dybala 26'-pen., 58 ', Douglas Costa

Parma 0-2 AS Roma (Pellegrini 49 ', 76'-pen.)

Quarterfinal schedule

Napoli vs Lazio (January 21, 2020)

Juventus vs Roma (January 22, 2020)

AC Milan vs Torino (January 28, 2020)

Inter Milan vs Fiorentina (29 January 2020)


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