It wouldn’t take long for Juventus to equalizer. A Pjanic corner kick was headed into the Udinese goal by defender Samir to bring Juve level after 14 minutes. The Bianconeri turned things around just seven minutes later as Juan Cuadrado’s cross was met by the head of Khedira to tally his first goal of the season giving Massimiliano Allegri’s side the lead.
A wild first half was not over as a coming together in the box between Ali Adnan and Mario Mandzukic saw the Croatian shown a double-yellow card meaning Juventus would be down to ten men for the rest of the match.
Late in the first half, Gianluigi Buffon was called upon for three huge saves in quick succession to somehow keep Juventus in front at the half-time break.
The goals kept coming thick and fast in the second half as Udinese leveled quickly after the break. Danilo came up from the back to head in Jakub Jankto’s free kick in the 47th minute equalizing the match at 2-2.
The fighting spirit that is a trademark of every Juventus side would come through soon after as the 10-man squad wouldn’t be denied. After Juan Cuadrado earned a free kick 35 yards from goal, Miralem Pjanic stepped up to send an inch-perfect dead ball onto the head of Daniele Rugani who scored his first goal of the season in the 52nd minute putting Juventus back on top 3-2.
Finally, the Bianconeri creating some breathing room on the scoreboard in the 59th minute through two players who had already found the goal. Rugani headed down a cross into the path of Khedira and the German international slammed home his chance to double the lead at 4-2 Juventus.