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      01.04.2019 19:00 - in: Serie A S

      Cagliari-Juve: 2013/14

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      A look back at the 4-1 comeback in Sardinia, thanks to Llorente's brace and goals from Marchisio and Lichtsteiner

      It was one of the Bianconeri's opening fixtures of 2014. 

      A tough trip to Cagliari's Sant'Elia at the beginning of the year, and one that wouldn't be smooth sailing, as evidenced by Mauricio Pinilla's 21st minute goal, with the Chilean striker pouncing on a loose ball from a corner, to fire the Islanders in front.

      So, the match became an immediate uphill task for Juventus, with Cagliari putting their foot on the accelerator for the next 10 minutes, going close on two occasions to double their lead. However, it's the Bianconeri that strike next, drawing level through the Lion King, Fernando Llorente, who heads in a cross from the right in the 31st minute to make it 1-1.

       

       

       

      In the second half, we see Juve switch things up a gear. First Carlos Tevez warms Antonio Adan's gloves from the edge of the box, but Cagliari still manage to keep out Juve, then in the final 20 minutes of the match, the Bianconeri manage to find another way through.

      In the 73rd minute, Claudio Marchisio hits a great shot from distance to put Juve in front, then three minutes later Arturo Vidal and Stephan Lichtsteiner combine on the right to play in Llorente for a brace.

      Finally, the Swiss Express gets on the scoresheet when Adan palms Llorente's shot into the path of Lichtsteiner, who pounces on the loose ball to make it 4-1 and complete the comeback in the 80th minute.

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