25 October 2022
We have already told you about Hans Nicolussi Caviglia and Filippo Ranocchia and their new adventures, in B at Südtirol and in A at Monza. We told you about their past in the ranks of the Juventus youth teams, about their experiences with that team whose philosophy is inscribed in its name: Juventus Next Gen - in "their" day it was still called Under 23.
Today events from the pitch lead us back to them because at the weekend Hans and Filippo Ranocchia both found the net (and what a goal!).
HANS HITS A PEACH AGAINST PARMA
A peach of a goal, or as it was defined by his own club, a gem.
A goal smack in the top corner, a trademark of Hans. Moreover, in addition to being a fine finish, it was also important as it was worth all three points for his Südtirol, who leapfrogged defeated opponents Parma in the standings, into seventh place.
I controlled the ball well, then I saw the right opening. I am delighted. I am very motivated because it is a very important season for me. Hans Nicolussi Caviglia
FILIPPO ROCKS SAN SIRO
It was not enough to mount a Monza comeback at San Siro, but Ranocchia's free-kick, in addition to being a consolation for the Biancorossi against Milan, was undoubtedly one of the best goals of Serie A Matchday 11.
A perfect execution, from a great distance out, simply unstoppable for Tatarusanu.
For Filippo, his first goal in the top flight was always going to be unforgettable - the quality of his strike made it even more so.
A feat he dedicated on social media to his grandfather.
Week in week out, we'll have to keep following Hans, Filippo and all the guys from our Next Gen around Italy and Europe and in the meantime ... well done, lads!