AS Roma vs. Juventus: Moise Kean gets triggered, kicks opponent and gets red card after 40 seconds

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Juventus striker Moise Kean was dispatched after forty seconds after he was subbed on in the 2nd half versus AS Roma on Sunday night. The Giallorossi won 1-0 thanks to a spectacular objective scored by Italian protector Gianluca Mancini and Jose Mourinho’s group is now completely in the race to get a Champions League area next season. However, the last part of the match was substantially impacted by the red card revealed to Kean, who kicked Mancini and left the ref no doubt regarding what to do next.

Coach Massimiliano Allegri changed Juan Cuadrado with Kean as he wished to have another striker to attempt to match in the last minutes of the match. Kean got in the pitch at minute 89 and just 40 seconds later on he was headed to the showers. Allegri was left speechless as he saw his striker returning to the dressing space prior to the last whistle. 

Kean will likely be suspended for the next 2 to 3 video games and will absolutely miss out on the matches versus Sampdoria in the house next week and more significantly the one away versus Inter on March 19. 

AS Roma protected 3 points in the end that seems like a declaration to their competitors. The Giallorossi remain in the race for a Champions League area next season and are presently connected on points with a/c Milan in 4th location, just one point behind Lazio and 3 behind Inter, with Napoli flying eighteen points ahead. The race to enter into the leading 4 this season is spectacular, with Atalanta and possibly Juventus still in the race. 

The Bianconeri, after losing the crucial match versus Mourinho’s group, are twelve points behind however are dealing with a 15-point reduction. The club appealed versus this choice and if the points are recuperated, Juventus would presently remain in 2nd location connected points with Inter at 50 points. 

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