JAC Sport, Roma - Juventus regained the top spot from Udinese. These results were confirmed after their 1-1 draw against the host, AS Roma at the Stadio Olimpico on Tuesday, December 13, 2011 early morning WIT.
Antonio Conte team struggle to steal points from Roma could not be obtained easily. They even have left earlier when the game has been running for 6 minutes.
Exploiting cross Francesco Totti, De Rossi, who appeared as a central defender off volley that could not be reached Juventus goalkeeper, Gianluigi Buffon.
Disadvantaged first goal put the visitors to intensify attack on the camp host. Bianconeri - Juventus nickname - got a dangerous chance at 24th minute. However, left-foot shot Estigarribia still secured with a brilliantly by Roma goalkeeper, Maarten Stekelenburg.
Minute 50th, the Roma tried to build an attack. However Barzagli brilliantly cut cross Totti who intends to give the ball to Osvaldo.
The game heated up when entering the 61st minute. Juventus could leveled through Giorgio Chiellini. Starting from the feed side Arturo Vidal, he then gave feedback on Estigarribia. Estigarribia then provide feedback that greeted mature Chiellini's goal with a header that shook Roma goal.
A minute later Roma actually have a chance back ahead through a penalty. Awarded a penalty after Leonardo Bonucci violation in the penalty box. Unfortunately, Totti kick can still be defeated Juventus goalkeeper, Gianluigi Buffon.
Score at 1-1 last until the end of the game. These results make Juve and Udinese are both collecting 30 points. Juve have the right at the top because of superior productivity goals.
They also maintain his record as the only unbeaten team with a record of 8 wins and 6 draws.
Line Up :
AS Roma : Stekelenburg, Taddei, De Rossi 6', Heinze, Josè Angel, Pjanic (Perrotta 74'), Viviani (Henrique 58'), Greco, Lamela, Totti, Osvaldo (Borriello 86').
Juventus : Buffon, Lichtsteiner, Barzagli, Bonucci, Chiellini 61', Vidal, Pirlo, Marchisio, Estigarribia (Giaccherini 72'), Matri (Quagliarella 67'), Pepe (Elia 86').