The Italian football team is one of the most popular teams in Italy, with many fans looking to the squad to win titles and qualify for the Champions League.
But in recent years, many of the squad’s star players have moved on to other clubs.
This season, the team is now headed by the new manager of the Italian national team, Maurizio Sarri, and he has been able to recruit a number of players from the squad of 2014-15 to make the team even stronger.
The team has a record of 7-4-1, with the win against Juventus being their best in the Serie A this season.
The first half was marred by some questionable decisions, but it looked like it would turn around in the second half when the visitors were able to pull off the biggest comeback in Serie A history.
The game was decided in the 60th minute when Alessandro Diamanti took advantage of a bad error by Giampaolo Caruso and fired a header past Gianluca Mancini to give Juventus a 1-0 lead.
But it was Juventus who took the lead in the 83rd minute when Sergio Agüero’s cross found its way to the foot of the Brazilian, who headed in a cross from the left by Antonio Cassano.
That goal was the decisive moment of the game and it was the third time in five games the Bianconeri had taken the lead.
The result means the Biancans have now won their last three Serie A games.
After that, the Biancan’s first game in the Champions Cup against Real Madrid, which will take place on Saturday, is in the semi-finals.