Date: 20th September 2020 at 10:43pm
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New boss got his coaching career off to the best possible start thanks to a 3-0 win over Sampdoria on Sunday evening, and an inspired performance from Dejan Kulusevski.

took an early lead thanks to another debutant Kulusevski, who scored with his first shot on goal, after pouncing on a loose ball after Cristiano Ronaldo was tackled.

The No.7 could have doubled the lead but hit the crossbar after cutting in from the left, and just before the break he had another opportunity but shot just wide.

After half time, were made to sweat by Sampdoria, though there wasn’t the clinical finishing which Kulusevski had demonstrated earlier.

The Swede was involved in Juventus’ second as it was his corner which was contested by both and Bonucci, only for the former to poke the loose ball at before the latter blasted home the rebound.

Audero denied McKennie with a brilliant save on the goal line, while at the other end fired wide across goal.

Ronaldo did get himself on the scoresheet at the death, driving ’s inch perfect pass into the far corner.