Sat 25 May 2024 | 22:01

Juve's Season Swan Song

From Coppa Italia Glory to Season Finale Triumph: Juve Secure Third Place as Weah and McKennie Eye USMNT Duty

In the 26th minute of the game, Juventus surged ahead with a goal scored by Federico Chiesa, showcasing an impressive individual effort before slotting the ball into the near post to make it 1-0. Following swiftly, within just two minutes, Alex Sandro, bidding farewell to the team after this season, marked his final appearance for Juve with a goal, nodding in a corner kick from Nicolo Fagioli, extending the lead to 2-0.

From that point onwards, Monza struggled to find a foothold as Juventus controlled the game, securing a victory and wrapping up their Serie A season with three points.

The victory adds another highlight to Juventus' recent successes, coming shortly after their Coppa Italia triumph, which capped off the season on a positive note. The outcome of Saturday's match had minimal impact on Juventus' season, as they had already secured a trophy and qualification for the Champions League.

With this win, Juventus concludes the season in third place, trailing behind the dominant champions Inter and second-placed AC Milan.

In terms of individual performances, Tim Weah continued to feature prominently for


, starting in four of the team's final five Serie A matches. Despite a relatively quiet attacking display in the last game, Weah's contributions throughout the season have been notable, making 12 starts in 30 Serie A appearances. Weston McKennie, though named on the bench for this match, has been a key player for Juventus throughout the campaign, starting in 29 matches.

Looking ahead, Weah and McKennie shift their focus to representing the USMNT in the upcoming June camp. The national team will face Colombia and Brazil in friendly matches as part of their preparations for the Copa America.

source: SportMob

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