FilGoal | News | Allegri on the brink of the abyss .. Benfica beats Juventus in Turin and Saint-Germain wins three

Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri is threatened with leaving after a new loss for the Bianconeri in the Champions League.

Juventus lost at home to Benfica, with two goals to one, in the matches of the second round of Group H in the Champions League.

Thus, Benfica achieved the full mark this season by winning 12 matches they have played so far between the Champions League and the Portuguese League.

As for Juventus, it lost its first two matches in the group stage for the first time in the history of its participation in the European Champions League.

In the same group, Paris Saint-Germain won away from Maccabi Haifa by three goals to one.

Juventus continued to stumble by not collecting any point in the group after two rounds, while Benfica and Paris Saint-Germain share the lead with 6 points each.

Juventus x Benfica

Juventus started the match with an early control over the course of events in search of the first victory in the group.

Arkadiusz Milik translated Juventus’ early control with a first goal in the fourth minute with a wonderful header into the net.

Benfica sought to equalize after receiving the early goal, and Goncalo Ramos almost scored a first goal in the 27th minute with a superb header, but Mattia Perin saved it successfully.

Ramos almost equalized in the 36th minute with a shot, but easy in the hands of Perin.

Benfica players demanded a penalty kick in the 41st minute for blocking Ramos inside the penalty area, and after resorting to video technology, the penalty was awarded.

Joao Mario scored the penalty kick and equalized for Benfica in the 43rd minute with a shot above the right of Perin.

The first half ended in a positive tie with a goal each.

Benfica quickly advanced in the 55th minute through David Neres with a superb shot to the right of Perin.

Benfica retreated after the goal to advance, relying on dangerous counter-attacks in favor of the Portuguese team.

Substitute Moise Kean almost scored the equalizer for Juventus in the 72nd minute with a shot from outside the penalty area that hit the left post of the Benfica goalkeeper.

Juventus scored a goal in the 83rd minute with a header from Dusan Vlahovic, but the referee canceled the goal for offside.

Benfica continued its victories in the new season under the leadership of Roger Schmidt.

Paris Saint-Germain

The fiery trio of Lionel Messi, Kylian Mbappe and Neymar managed to turn the delay of Paris Saint-Germain into a 3-1 victory over Maccabi Haifa.

Paris Saint-Germain conceded a goal in the 24th minute.

Lionel Messi equalized quickly for the French capital team in the 37th minute.

In the second half, Mbappe scored the lead in the 69th minute before Neymar killed the match with a goal in the 88th minute.

Paris Saint-Germain shares the lead with Benfica with six points each.

Benfica will host Paris Saint-Germain in the third round, scheduled for October 5.

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