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Udinese-Juventus: probabili formazioni, orario e dove vederla in Tv e streaming

La Juventus deve ripartire dopo la sconfitta casalinga contro la Lazio, Udinese reduce dal ritiro dopo il ko di Firenze.

Italy striker Zaza behind Valencia's surprising run in Spain

FILE - In this Wednesday, June 22, 2016 file photo, Italy's Simone Zaza goes for the ball during the Euro 2016 Group E soccer match between Italy and Ireland at the Pierre Mauroy stadium in Villeneuve d'Ascq, near Lille, France. Valencia chose to acquire the Italian striker after his loan from Juventus expired last season and he has been crucial in the team's surprising run to the top of the Spanish league. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni, File)

FILE - In this Wednesday, June 22, 2016 file photo, Italy's Simone Zaza goes for the ball during the Euro 2016 Group E soccer match between Italy and Ireland at the Pierre Mauroy stadium in Villeneuve d'Ascq, near Lille, France. Valencia chose to acquire the Italian striker after his loan from Juventus expired last season and he has been crucial in the team's surprising run to the top of the Spanish league. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni, File)

Contusione alla caviglia: Benatia a rischio per Udinese-Juventus

Uscito malconcio dalla sfida contro lo Sporting, Benatia verrà sottoposto ad ulteriori esami alla caviglia: è in dubbio per Udinese-Juventus.

Contusione alla caviglia: Benatia a rischio per Udinese-Juventus

Uscito malconcio dalla sfida contro lo Sporting, Benatia verrà sottoposto ad ulteriori esami alla caviglia: è in dubbio per Udinese-Juventus.

"Dybala errou duas penalidades por compará-lo a Messi", diz técnico da Juventus

Atacante ainda não balançou as redes na Champions League e passa por um momento irregular

"Dybala errou duas penalidades por compará-lo a Messi", diz técnico da Juventus

Atacante ainda não balançou as redes na Champions League e passa por um momento irregular

"Dybala errou duas penalidades por compará-lo a Messi", diz técnico da Juventus

Atacante ainda não balançou as redes na Champions League e passa por um momento irregular

Who wore it best? A brief history of footballers in bandages 

Gary Cahill became the talk of Twitter on Wednesday evening after sporting one of the strangest bandage-ensembles ever seen on a football pitch.  28 years after Terry Butcher famously left the field of play with his white kit almost entirely dyed red with blood from head wound, another England centre-back joined the long a list of bandaged footballers to battle on despite a significant head injury. After taking a blow to the chin, Cahill left the field for medical treatment before returning with strapping that stretched from the top of his head all the way around his face to the bottom to his chin. A bandaged-up Gary Cahill battles on at Stamford Bridge Credit: Getty Images  Here are just a few exceptional examples of bandaged-up footballers playing on without a care in the world for their own welfare. Paul Ince A bloodied Paul Ince leads England to World Cup qualification Credit: Getty Images  The Guvernor's finest hour in an England shirt. Battered, bruised and very bloodied, Ince fought back from a nasty head clash to lead England to a crucial goalless draw in Italy, securing qualification to World Cup 1998 in the process. “I remember coming off and the doctor said it would take half an hour to put the stitches in,” said Ince, who was also captain that night. “I wasn’t thinking at all about the cut, I was just thinking about getting back on the pitch. I didn’t want to leave us down to 10 men." Inspiring stuff. Marouane Fellaini Marouane Fellaini battles on with an unorthodox head dressing  Credit: Getty images  A more modern day take on the classic look. Despite Fellaini's dense lock of curls, the Belgian midfielder sustained a cut on his forehead in an aerial clash with Real Madrid defender, Sergio Ramos, during Manchester United's Super Cup defeat to Real Madrid earlier this season.  Manchester United medics were forced to improvise with a reinforced bandage to stem the flow of blood and keep the Belgian's afro in check. The result was John McEnroe-esque masterpiece.  Giorgio Chiellini  Giorgio Chiellini has his head wrapped with a blue bandage  Credit: AP  A player very much cut from the same warrior-defender mould as our own Terry Butcher.  Giorgio Chiellini required eight stitches after colliding with Olympiacios' Bjorn Engels earlier this season, but played on to ensure Juventus got their Champions League campaign off to a winning start. “I’ve got three points on the field and eight stitches in my head," said Chiellini in an Instagram post after the match. "All that counted tonight was the win. Let’s carry on like this." Vedran Corluka  Vedran Corluka sporting some unorthodox head-wear  Credit: EPA  Former Tottenham defender Vedran Corluka required medical attention on four separate occasions after sustaining a nasty head gash in Croatia's Euro 2016 opener against Turkey. A Luka Modric volley handed the Croatians victory against Turkey but it was Corluka's bizarre headwear which will live longest in the memory. After initially having his head wrapped in conventional bandaging, the right-back was forced to improved when the cut re-opened in a clash later on in the game. Corluka returned to the pitch sporting a blue and red swimming hat to keep the dressing in place.

Who wore it best? A brief history of footballers in bandages 

Gary Cahill became the talk of Twitter on Wednesday evening after sporting one of the strangest bandage-ensembles ever seen on a football pitch.  28 years after Terry Butcher famously left the field of play with his white kit almost entirely dyed red with blood from head wound, another England centre-back joined the long a list of bandaged footballers to battle on despite a significant head injury. After taking a blow to the chin, Cahill left the field for medical treatment before returning with strapping that stretched from the top of his head all the way around his face to the bottom to his chin. A bandaged-up Gary Cahill battles on at Stamford Bridge Credit: Getty Images  Here are just a few exceptional examples of bandaged-up footballers playing on without a care in the world for their own welfare. Paul Ince A bloodied Paul Ince leads England to World Cup qualification Credit: Getty Images  The Guvernor's finest hour in an England shirt. Battered, bruised and very bloodied, Ince fought back from a nasty head clash to lead England to a crucial goalless draw in Italy, securing qualification to World Cup 1998 in the process. “I remember coming off and the doctor said it would take half an hour to put the stitches in,” said Ince, who was also captain that night. “I wasn’t thinking at all about the cut, I was just thinking about getting back on the pitch. I didn’t want to leave us down to 10 men." Inspiring stuff. Marouane Fellaini Marouane Fellaini battles on with an unorthodox head dressing  Credit: Getty images  A more modern day take on the classic look. Despite Fellaini's dense lock of curls, the Belgian midfielder sustained a cut on his forehead in an aerial clash with Real Madrid defender, Sergio Ramos, during Manchester United's Super Cup defeat to Real Madrid earlier this season.  Manchester United medics were forced to improvise with a reinforced bandage to stem the flow of blood and keep the Belgian's afro in check. The result was John McEnroe-esque masterpiece.  Giorgio Chiellini  Giorgio Chiellini has his head wrapped with a blue bandage  Credit: AP  A player very much cut from the same warrior-defender mould as our own Terry Butcher.  Giorgio Chiellini required eight stitches after colliding with Olympiacios' Bjorn Engels earlier this season, but played on to ensure Juventus got their Champions League campaign off to a winning start. “I’ve got three points on the field and eight stitches in my head," said Chiellini in an Instagram post after the match. "All that counted tonight was the win. Let’s carry on like this." Vedran Corluka  Vedran Corluka sporting some unorthodox head-wear  Credit: EPA  Former Tottenham defender Vedran Corluka required medical attention on four separate occasions after sustaining a nasty head gash in Croatia's Euro 2016 opener against Turkey. A Luka Modric volley handed the Croatians victory against Turkey but it was Corluka's bizarre headwear which will live longest in the memory. After initially having his head wrapped in conventional bandaging, the right-back was forced to improved when the cut re-opened in a clash later on in the game. Corluka returned to the pitch sporting a blue and red swimming hat to keep the dressing in place.

Who wore it best? A brief history of footballers in bandages 

Gary Cahill became the talk of Twitter on Wednesday evening after sporting one of the strangest bandage-ensembles ever seen on a football pitch.  28 years after Terry Butcher famously left the field of play with his white kit almost entirely dyed red with blood from head wound, another England centre-back joined the long a list of bandaged footballers to battle on despite a significant head injury. After taking a blow to the chin, Cahill left the field for medical treatment before returning with strapping that stretched from the top of his head all the way around his face to the bottom to his chin. A bandaged-up Gary Cahill battles on at Stamford Bridge Credit: Getty Images  Here are just a few exceptional examples of bandaged-up footballers playing on without a care in the world for their own welfare. Paul Ince A bloodied Paul Ince leads England to World Cup qualification Credit: Getty Images  The Guvernor's finest hour in an England shirt. Battered, bruised and very bloodied, Ince fought back from a nasty head clash to lead England to a crucial goalless draw in Italy, securing qualification to World Cup 1998 in the process. “I remember coming off and the doctor said it would take half an hour to put the stitches in,” said Ince, who was also captain that night. “I wasn’t thinking at all about the cut, I was just thinking about getting back on the pitch. I didn’t want to leave us down to 10 men." Inspiring stuff. Marouane Fellaini Marouane Fellaini battles on with an unorthodox head dressing  Credit: Getty images  A more modern day take on the classic look. Despite Fellaini's dense lock of curls, the Belgian midfielder sustained a cut on his forehead in an aerial clash with Real Madrid defender, Sergio Ramos, during Manchester United's Super Cup defeat to Real Madrid earlier this season.  Manchester United medics were forced to improvise with a reinforced bandage to stem the flow of blood and keep the Belgian's afro in check. The result was John McEnroe-esque masterpiece.  Giorgio Chiellini  Giorgio Chiellini has his head wrapped with a blue bandage  Credit: AP  A player very much cut from the same warrior-defender mould as our own Terry Butcher.  Giorgio Chiellini required eight stitches after colliding with Olympiacios' Bjorn Engels earlier this season, but played on to ensure Juventus got their Champions League campaign off to a winning start. “I’ve got three points on the field and eight stitches in my head," said Chiellini in an Instagram post after the match. "All that counted tonight was the win. Let’s carry on like this." Vedran Corluka  Vedran Corluka sporting some unorthodox head-wear  Credit: EPA  Former Tottenham defender Vedran Corluka required medical attention on four separate occasions after sustaining a nasty head gash in Croatia's Euro 2016 opener against Turkey. A Luka Modric volley handed the Croatians victory against Turkey but it was Corluka's bizarre headwear which will live longest in the memory. After initially having his head wrapped in conventional bandaging, the right-back was forced to improved when the cut re-opened in a clash later on in the game. Corluka returned to the pitch sporting a blue and red swimming hat to keep the dressing in place.

Who wore it best? A brief history of footballers in bandages 

Gary Cahill became the talk of Twitter on Wednesday evening after sporting one of the strangest bandage-ensembles ever seen on a football pitch.  28 years after Terry Butcher famously left the field of play with his white kit almost entirely dyed red with blood from head wound, another England centre-back joined the long a list of bandaged footballers to battle on despite a significant head injury. After taking a blow to the chin, Cahill left the field for medical treatment before returning with strapping that stretched from the top of his head all the way around his face to the bottom to his chin. A bandaged-up Gary Cahill battles on at Stamford Bridge Credit: Getty Images  Here are just a few exceptional examples of bandaged-up footballers playing on without a care in the world for their own welfare. Paul Ince A bloodied Paul Ince leads England to World Cup qualification Credit: Getty Images  The Guvernor's finest hour in an England shirt. Battered, bruised and very bloodied, Ince fought back from a nasty head clash to lead England to a crucial goalless draw in Italy, securing qualification to World Cup 1998 in the process. “I remember coming off and the doctor said it would take half an hour to put the stitches in,” said Ince, who was also captain that night. “I wasn’t thinking at all about the cut, I was just thinking about getting back on the pitch. I didn’t want to leave us down to 10 men." Inspiring stuff. Marouane Fellaini Marouane Fellaini battles on with an unorthodox head dressing  Credit: Getty images  A more modern day take on the classic look. Despite Fellaini's dense lock of curls, the Belgian midfielder sustained a cut on his forehead in an aerial clash with Real Madrid defender, Sergio Ramos, during Manchester United's Super Cup defeat to Real Madrid earlier this season.  Manchester United medics were forced to improvise with a reinforced bandage to stem the flow of blood and keep the Belgian's afro in check. The result was John McEnroe-esque masterpiece.  Giorgio Chiellini  Giorgio Chiellini has his head wrapped with a blue bandage  Credit: AP  A player very much cut from the same warrior-defender mould as our own Terry Butcher.  Giorgio Chiellini required eight stitches after colliding with Olympiacios' Bjorn Engels earlier this season, but played on to ensure Juventus got their Champions League campaign off to a winning start. “I’ve got three points on the field and eight stitches in my head," said Chiellini in an Instagram post after the match. "All that counted tonight was the win. Let’s carry on like this." Vedran Corluka  Vedran Corluka sporting some unorthodox head-wear  Credit: EPA  Former Tottenham defender Vedran Corluka required medical attention on four separate occasions after sustaining a nasty head gash in Croatia's Euro 2016 opener against Turkey. A Luka Modric volley handed the Croatians victory against Turkey but it was Corluka's bizarre headwear which will live longest in the memory. After initially having his head wrapped in conventional bandaging, the right-back was forced to improved when the cut re-opened in a clash later on in the game. Corluka returned to the pitch sporting a blue and red swimming hat to keep the dressing in place.

Who wore it best? A brief history of footballers in bandages 

Gary Cahill became the talk of Twitter on Wednesday evening after sporting one of the strangest bandage-ensembles ever seen on a football pitch.  28 years after Terry Butcher famously left the field of play with his white kit almost entirely dyed red with blood from head wound, another England centre-back joined the long a list of bandaged footballers to battle on despite a significant head injury. After taking a blow to the chin, Cahill left the field for medical treatment before returning with strapping that stretched from the top of his head all the way around his face to the bottom to his chin. A bandaged-up Gary Cahill battles on at Stamford Bridge Credit: Getty Images  Here are just a few exceptional examples of bandaged-up footballers playing on without a care in the world for their own welfare. Paul Ince A bloodied Paul Ince leads England to World Cup qualification Credit: Getty Images  The Guvernor's finest hour in an England shirt. Battered, bruised and very bloodied, Ince fought back from a nasty head clash to lead England to a crucial goalless draw in Italy, securing qualification to World Cup 1998 in the process. “I remember coming off and the doctor said it would take half an hour to put the stitches in,” said Ince, who was also captain that night. “I wasn’t thinking at all about the cut, I was just thinking about getting back on the pitch. I didn’t want to leave us down to 10 men." Inspiring stuff. Marouane Fellaini Marouane Fellaini battles on with an unorthodox head dressing  Credit: Getty images  A more modern day take on the classic look. Despite Fellaini's dense lock of curls, the Belgian midfielder sustained a cut on his forehead in an aerial clash with Real Madrid defender, Sergio Ramos, during Manchester United's Super Cup defeat to Real Madrid earlier this season.  Manchester United medics were forced to improvise with a reinforced bandage to stem the flow of blood and keep the Belgian's afro in check. The result was John McEnroe-esque masterpiece.  Giorgio Chiellini  Giorgio Chiellini has his head wrapped with a blue bandage  Credit: AP  A player very much cut from the same warrior-defender mould as our own Terry Butcher.  Giorgio Chiellini required eight stitches after colliding with Olympiacios' Bjorn Engels earlier this season, but played on to ensure Juventus got their Champions League campaign off to a winning start. “I’ve got three points on the field and eight stitches in my head," said Chiellini in an Instagram post after the match. "All that counted tonight was the win. Let’s carry on like this." Vedran Corluka  Vedran Corluka sporting some unorthodox head-wear  Credit: EPA  Former Tottenham defender Vedran Corluka required medical attention on four separate occasions after sustaining a nasty head gash in Croatia's Euro 2016 opener against Turkey. A Luka Modric volley handed the Croatians victory against Turkey but it was Corluka's bizarre headwear which will live longest in the memory. After initially having his head wrapped in conventional bandaging, the right-back was forced to improved when the cut re-opened in a clash later on in the game. Corluka returned to the pitch sporting a blue and red swimming hat to keep the dressing in place.

Who wore it best? A brief history of footballers in bandages 

Gary Cahill became the talk of Twitter on Wednesday evening after sporting one of the strangest bandage-ensembles ever seen on a football pitch.  28 years after Terry Butcher famously left the field of play with his white kit almost entirely dyed red with blood from head wound, another England centre-back joined the long a list of bandaged footballers to battle on despite a significant head injury. After taking a blow to the chin, Cahill left the field for medical treatment before returning with strapping that stretched from the top of his head all the way around his face to the bottom to his chin. A bandaged-up Gary Cahill battles on at Stamford Bridge Credit: Getty Images  Here are just a few exceptional examples of bandaged-up footballers playing on without a care in the world for their own welfare. Paul Ince A bloodied Paul Ince leads England to World Cup qualification Credit: Getty Images  The Guvernor's finest hour in an England shirt. Battered, bruised and very bloodied, Ince fought back from a nasty head clash to lead England to a crucial goalless draw in Italy, securing qualification to World Cup 1998 in the process. “I remember coming off and the doctor said it would take half an hour to put the stitches in,” said Ince, who was also captain that night. “I wasn’t thinking at all about the cut, I was just thinking about getting back on the pitch. I didn’t want to leave us down to 10 men." Inspiring stuff. Marouane Fellaini Marouane Fellaini battles on with an unorthodox head dressing  Credit: Getty images  A more modern day take on the classic look. Despite Fellaini's dense lock of curls, the Belgian midfielder sustained a cut on his forehead in an aerial clash with Real Madrid defender, Sergio Ramos, during Manchester United's Super Cup defeat to Real Madrid earlier this season.  Manchester United medics were forced to improvise with a reinforced bandage to stem the flow of blood and keep the Belgian's afro in check. The result was John McEnroe-esque masterpiece.  Giorgio Chiellini  Giorgio Chiellini has his head wrapped with a blue bandage  Credit: AP  A player very much cut from the same warrior-defender mould as our own Terry Butcher.  Giorgio Chiellini required eight stitches after colliding with Olympiacios' Bjorn Engels earlier this season, but played on to ensure Juventus got their Champions League campaign off to a winning start. “I’ve got three points on the field and eight stitches in my head," said Chiellini in an Instagram post after the match. "All that counted tonight was the win. Let’s carry on like this." Vedran Corluka  Vedran Corluka sporting some unorthodox head-wear  Credit: EPA  Former Tottenham defender Vedran Corluka required medical attention on four separate occasions after sustaining a nasty head gash in Croatia's Euro 2016 opener against Turkey. A Luka Modric volley handed the Croatians victory against Turkey but it was Corluka's bizarre headwear which will live longest in the memory. After initially having his head wrapped in conventional bandaging, the right-back was forced to improved when the cut re-opened in a clash later on in the game. Corluka returned to the pitch sporting a blue and red swimming hat to keep the dressing in place.

Messi fa 100 goal in Europa, 12 alle italiane: Milan preso a 'pallate'

Dei 100 goal segnati da Messi nelle competizioni europee col Barcellona, 12 sono stati rifilati a squadre italiane: 8 al Milan, 2 a Juventus e Roma.

VIDEO: Mario Balotelli Celebrates as Sporting CP Score Against Juventus in the Champions League

​Mario Balotelli uploaded a video of himself celebrating Sporting CP's goal against Juventus on Thursday. The former Liverpool and Manchester City striker, who now plies his trade over in Ligue 1 with Nice, appeared to be relaxing at home with pals, when he captured his reaction to Alex Sandro's own goal on Instagram Live. La réaction de Mario Balotelli suite au but contre son camps de Alex Sandro pour le Sporting contre la Juventus. pic.twitter.com/h8X7tVcHtA — Primeira Liga ...

VIDEO: Mario Balotelli Celebrates as Sporting CP Score Against Juventus in the Champions League

​Mario Balotelli uploaded a video of himself celebrating Sporting CP's goal against Juventus on Thursday. The former Liverpool and Manchester City striker, who now plies his trade over in Ligue 1 with Nice, appeared to be relaxing at home with pals, when he captured his reaction to Alex Sandro's own goal on Instagram Live. La réaction de Mario Balotelli suite au but contre son camps de Alex Sandro pour le Sporting contre la Juventus. pic.twitter.com/h8X7tVcHtA — Primeira Liga ...

Giorgio Chiellini: Juventus Seperti Mesin Diesel

Giorgio Chiellini mengakui Juventus kesulitan cari momentum.

La top 11 di tutti i tempi secondo la valutazione di FIFA

Gianluigi Buffon, portiere. L’italiano ora alla Juventus è arrivato a totalizzare un overall di 97 in FIFA 2005, l’edizione nella quale i valutatori sono stati complessivamente più di manica larga. (Getty)

Udinese-Juventus: probabili formazioni, orario e dove vederla in Tv e streaming

La Juventus deve ripartire dopo la sconfitta casalinga contro la Lazio, Udinese reduce dal ritiro dopo il ko di Firenze.

Groupe D - Allegri : "Le plus important était la victoire"

La Juventus de Massimiliano Allegri a battu le Sporting mercredi à domicile en Ligue des Champions (2-1).

Groupe D - Allegri : "Le plus important était la victoire"

La Juventus de Massimiliano Allegri a battu le Sporting mercredi à domicile en Ligue des Champions (2-1).

Groupe D - Allegri : "Le plus important était la victoire"

La Juventus de Massimiliano Allegri a battu le Sporting mercredi à domicile en Ligue des Champions (2-1).

Groupe D - Allegri : "Le plus important était la victoire"

La Juventus de Massimiliano Allegri a battu le Sporting mercredi à domicile en Ligue des Champions (2-1).

Groupe D - Allegri : "Le plus important était la victoire"

La Juventus de Massimiliano Allegri a battu le Sporting mercredi à domicile en Ligue des Champions (2-1).