Giorgio Chiellini and Fabio
Quagliarella scored second-half goals as Juventus came from
behind to return to the top of Serie A with a 3-1 win at home to
10-man Catania on Saturday.
The hosts were handed the initiative in the second half when
Marco Motta, on loan from Juventus, was sent off for a second
booking with the score 1-1.
Juve fell behind after only four
minutes when Pablo Barrientos turned on the edge of the area and
finished with a pinpoint left-footed effort.
Catania's lead lasted only 18 minutes as Andrea Pirlo left
goalkeeper Tomas Kosicky rooted to the spot when he curled a
free-kick around the wall and into the net.
The match turned in the 65th minute when Motta was dismissed
for a clumsy tackle from behind on Paolo De Ceglie.
Chiellini then rose to head into an unguarded goal after
Kosicky missed a free-kick from Pirlo with 16 minutes remaining
and Quagliarella rounded off the night with an effort that
deflected into the net off the goalkeeper seven minutes later.
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