Yeah, she turned her back on us once again, Juve managed a last minute win last week vs Lazio and 2 Bologna players were out due to injury in the early moments of your game today. Amoroso in particular was doing good. :frownani:Glen said:I thought it was only proper to revive this tread for you all considering the two matches of the past week.
In finding rather unusual that in 1 year Juve have been awarded only 1 penalty against (vs Lecce whilst the score was 5-1 ), it surprises me that you consider thoese penalties :eekani: For sure Lazio deserved 2 penalties last week, 1 on Filippini and the other, on Bazzani in the 87th minute. :groan: and Nedved yesterday deserved a direct red :nervous:Glen said:Give.... me..... a... break!!!
If you didn't see Lady Luck present for your last two wins... then you'll never see her.
And you talk about yellow cards? None of them were given to players in danger of suspensions, and you were put under pressure for most the match with two very possible pk's not given, Fiorentina dominating, hitting the bar and the post and missing numerous other chances.
PSV gave you the run around most of the game, and it was a miracle you won 2-0, which told virtually nothing of the game. Even my most Milan devoted friend said as much.
First of all, Ibra was given 2 not 3 (1 was due for a yellow). In agreeing that IMO the incident vs Inter should not have been sentenced, it is also fair to say that Ibra should have been red carded on 4 other occasions.Glen said:Yes yes... we are intollerably lucky of course. You should have won the league by 10-20 points by now. If that'll do. We should be fighting for fourth spot. Not the title. Against Lazio we were played down under the grass, and the game before, against inter, we were totally dominated and it was a mystery that our loss wasn't more severe. Futhermore - Zlatan should not only have been banned for three games on his first suspension of the year. It should have definately been 10. Sure sure, we cannot possibly disagree on any of the above.....
Yet - what does all that have to do with your team having had a substantial dose of fortune cookies this week?
Are you unable to see it, or do you just prefer to consider yourself unlucky at any time, regardless?
The second half only. Don't stretch it now. The miracle was that Juve played like a lifeless, clueless and gutless team vs. Liverpool in a packed Delle Alpi. That was the miracle.Glen said:PSV gave you the run around most of the game, and it was a miracle you won 2-0, which told virtually nothing of the game.
I agree, I don't think we were that lucky against PSV. PSV had their chances but we had 9 shots on target to their 6, a total of 15 shots to their 12.Diavolo said:If it's fair to say that vs PSV, Milan had a very good start of the match, with a number of scoring opportunities that were unfortunately failed, of wich I would like to reming the incredible save on the goal line by Park on Crespo's header :eekani: the great shot by Crespo the whent inches above the crossbar, the lob by Sheva just after 3 minutes from start and the great save by Gomes on Kaka's shot. Sheva's goal was scored in the last minutes of the first half In the 2nd half, after Sheva's classy lob, saved incredibly by Gomes (BTW elected MOM) and Crespo dissalowed goal (it should have stood), the energy factor, combined with a great performance by PSV had an effect on our players :stress: (We must not forget that we also had a nervewrecking Euroderby just days earlier) JDT made it 2 :star: Dida did not make a single save, despite PSV chances :eekani:
I thought that devils can stand the heat ! :eekani: :googly: :eekani: What kind of sissy devils are you if you can't endure 25/30 degrees ? :tongue:Diavolo said:In particular Juve, next Sunday have even turned down the possibilty of playing in the evening, as they rightfully feel that playing at 3 pm, with an estimated temperature of 25/30 degrees, will only make things worse for us Poor Devils :frustrat: