Bologna vs Juventus: Bianconeri Rally Back in Face of Motta’s Job Audition

Juventus encountered an unforeseen turn of events when they made an impressive comeback against Bologna, scoring three goals in just eight minutes to seal a 3-3 draw in Serie A.

The Bianconeri had a rough start as they fell behind by two goals early on, with Riccardo Calafiori and Santiago Castro putting Bologna in the lead within 11 minutes.

Bologna extended their lead to 3-0 with another goal from Calafiori, leaving interim boss Paolo Montero in a tough spot. But things took a dramatic turn when Federico Chiesa’s goal kickstarted a remarkable comeback.

Arkadiusz Milik’s subsequent free-kick set the stage for an exciting finish, with Kenan Yildiz scoring the equalizer to prevent Bologna, coached by Thiago Motta, from securing a win.

The result left Bologna and Juve tied in third place with 68 points each, setting the stage for an exciting final match.

Juve made history by avoiding defeat despite being three goals down, thanks to Chiesa’s impressive performance. It’s worth noting that Bologna is the team Chiesa has scored the most league goals against in his career, with seven goals in 11 matches.

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