Claudio Marchisio struck in
extra-time as Juventus shrugged off Bologna 2-1 in an Italian
Cup last 16 match on Thursday which only burst to life in the
Former giants Juve are top of Serie A after two years of woe
and although their Cup showing was not quite as fluent as recent
displays, boss Antonio Conte will be glad they kept up their
After a goalless 89 minutes, Emanuele Giaccherini scored for
a much-changed Juve at the end of normal time but Andrea Raggi
netted for the visitors six minutes into stoppage-time to
dramatically force the game into an extra 30 minutes.
Italy midfielder Marchisio had the last laugh, however.
It was Juve's first match this term in the much-maligned
competition and they progress to the quarter-finals.
The rest of
the last 16 fixtures take place later this month and in January
when holders Inter Milan host Genoa.
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