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Juventus embarrassed by record-breaking Villarreal

Juventus makes history for all the wrong reasons as bianconeri succumb to Villarreal

March 16, 2022 By Oscar Rojas
The team led by Massimiliano Allegri dominated most of the game, but the team's strikers failed to break the deadlock against a perfect team in defense.

Juventus have been shocked by Villarreal in the UEFA Champions League and will have to pick up the pieces of one more failed attempt to win the coveted continental competition. Not even Massimiliano Allegri's return to their dugout was enough to see them back to the last eight, and now they have been forced out of the competition by a team ready to leave a lasting impression after winning their first European cup last year.

The bianconeri dominated ball possession for most of the clash, but after being denied over and over by goalkeeper Geronimo Rulli, the Italian side was not able to hold their ground against a consistent rival. It only took Villarreal 14 minutes to score three goals in the final portion of the game, and the Yellow Submarine have made it past the Round of 16 for the first time since the 2008-09 season.

This end result to the tie shocked Juventus to their very core, especially after what turned out to be their third straight exit from the competition in this stage. 

As for Villarreal, Unai Emery's men proved to the world that hard work pays off, and now they have joined an elite list of teams to defeat Juventus at their very own ground in a UEFA Champions League clash.

As a cherry on top, Dutch ace Arnaut Danjuma has become the team's best scorer in a single UEFA CL season, as he found the back of the net for the fifth time as a Villarreal player, surpassing the record set by Joseba Llorente in the 2008-09 edition.


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