Four Bianconeri were in action on Friday as the international friendlies continued across the globe both for teams getting prepared for the FIFA World Cup and others taking a closer look at players as we head into the summer.
A blockbuster friendly was on tap Friday night in Nice as France hosted Italy in a meeting of the two neighbors. For Gli Azzurri, Mattia De Sciglio started and played all 90 minutes while Blaise Matuidi, who started Italy's last match, played the final 13 minutes of Les Blues 3-1 win.
Two of Juve's loaned players, Mattia Caldara and Rolando Mandragora, also played in the match with Mandragora making his very first Italy start.
In South Korea, Miralem Pjanic played 60 minutes as Bosnia and Herzegovina defeated the hosts 3-1 with Edin Visca scoring a hat trick.
In Bergamo, Juan Cuadrado played 45 minutes of Colombia's 0-0 draw against Egypt with Los Cafeteros playing a strong starting XI as they prepare for the World Cup.
Today, one Bianconero will be in action as Sami Khedira's Germany will play Austria.