Ferencvaros vs. Juventus: Morata brace helps Juventus to 4-1 win at Ferencvaros in Champions League

Alvaro Morata scored twice before two cautious slip-ups helped Juventus to a 4-1 Champions League win against Ferencvaros on Wednesday as the Italian side hoped to bob back from a week ago’s destruction because of Barcelona.

The Serie A side were excessively smooth for their energetic rivals, who are back in the gathering stage following a 25-year nonappearance, and jogged home at the Puskas Arena to go second in Group H with six focuses from three games. Ferencvaros have one point.

“Games can become easy only if you play well,” said Juventus captain Giorgio Chiellini. “In the first half we were a bit slow with possession, we raised our tempo in the second half, and we managed to earn another important win.”

Juve got the ideal beginning when safeguard Leonardo Bonucci strung a pass down the correct touchline to set Juan Cuadrado away and the Colombia global’s low cross was tapped in by Morata at the far post following seven minutes.

Notwithstanding the early difficulty, Ferencvaros cleared themselves well with Tokmac Nguen and Oleksandr Zubkov both having possibilities however sending shots wide.

Cristiano Ronaldo was consistently a threat for Juve, in any case, and almost added a second in the wake of joining with Morata however the ball was removed his foot by Miha Blazic as he was going to shoot.

The Portugal global set up Juve’s second on the hour with a low pass into the zone which Morata cleared home after a Weston McKennie sham.

The Italian heroes were skilled the third as goalkeeper Denes Dibusz neglected to control Blazic’s off-kilter back pass and substitute Paulo Dybala slipped the ball into the vacant net in the 73rd moment.

After eight minutes, Dibusz’s endeavored pass was caught by Dybala and Lasha Dvali transformed the ball into his own net as he attempted to clear.

Franck Boli pulled one, harking back to the 90th minute, scoring at the second endeavor after Wojciech Szczesny spared his first exertion.