Juventus have won 2-1 against current Premier League leaders - Manchester City. It was their first defeat of the new season as they managed to dominate in England, but they couldn’t did it in the Champions League opener. Yesterday’s lose ends City’s brilliant start to the new season and fans will again ask themselfs over City’s European ambitions ahead of a trip to Germany, where they will face Borussia Monchengladbach.

Manchester City were big favourites against Seria A side, who started their season bad, taking just one point in three opening games in Italian league. Juventus lost their three main players, as Andrea Pirlo, Carlos Tevez and Arturo Vidal changed their teams in the summer transfer window. 

Manchester City’s coach, Manuel Pellegrini decided to make a big suprise by taking Sergio Aguero among the substitutes, just a day after saying that their main striker won’t be ready to play against Juventus.

City’s new player, Kevin De Bruyne was also on the bench, waiting for his debut while David Silva and Raheem Sterling both started.

It was English international who had the best chance to score a goal in the first half, but his shot was saved by Italian legend, Gianluigi Buffon, who turned 36 this year. Juventus also had their chances and their even scored a goal, but it was ruled out as refeere said Alvaro Morata was offside and interfering with the play. Manchester City dominated the game, but they couldn’t find the answer to beat Buffon in the first half.

After the break the deadlock was broken as Kompany beat Chellini for the header and the Italian defender was unable to kick the ball away from Juventus’ goal. Juve answered with goal of their own, when Paul Pogba passed the ball to Mandzukic, who found the net and scored an equaliser.

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Manuel Pellegrini decided to change his squad and brought Kevin De Bruyne for his Champions League debut. Few minutes later Nicolas Otamendi changed Vincent Kompany, as City’s captain picked up a thigh injury. However, the new defender couldn’t stop Juventus, as they scored once again and took victory for their own as Alvaro Morata curled a brilliant shot into the net.