2018 Schedule

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2018 Schedule
2-1-1, 6th in Italian Serie A
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12hBen Gladwell

Costa defended by Allegri after spitting 'blackout'

Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri said Douglas Costa had a blackout when he spat at Federico Di Francesco and earned a red card against Sassuolo.

Why Serie A should make an example of Douglas Costa (3:02)
Allegri: Douglas Costa had lost his mind for spitting (0:30)
How long should Douglas Costa be suspended for spitting? (3:32)
Cristiano Ronaldo's first goals with Juventus (1:18)
Costa sent off for spitting in Di Francesco's face (1:13)
Juventus 2-1 Sassuolo: Ronaldo nets first goals with Juve (3:14)
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3dESPN

Ronaldo ends goal drought as 10-man Juve win

Cristiano Ronaldo scored his first goals for Juventus as they beat Sassuolo 2-1 to continue their perfect start to the Serie A season.

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8dStephan Uersfeld

Boateng on Ozil's racism: 'I have been there'

Sassuolo's Kevin-Prince Boateng understands why Arsenal's Mesut Ozil withdrew from the Germany national team: "Because I have been there."

Sassuolo 5-3 Genoa: Goals galore at Mapei Stadium (2:54)
Sights & sounds of Serie A: Matchday 2 (2:38)
Cagliari 2-2 Sassuolo: Boateng levels it late (3:52)
Serie A week one in review (1:47)
Sassuolo 1-0 Inter Milan: Berardi penalty the difference (1:35)
Berardi breaks the deadlock for Sassuolo (0:32)
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33dJames Horncastle

Serie A team-by-team guide

A team-by-team guide to the new Serie A season as Cristiano Ronaldo makes the move to the Italian top flight.

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34dBen Gladwell

Marlon told to join Sassuolo by Balotelli

Marlon, 22, arrived in Italy to undergo a medical and said he discussed the move with Mario Balotelli, who he played with last season.

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75dSelene Scarsi

Ronaldo to Juve 'good for Italy' - Boateng

Former AC Milan midfielder has returned to Italy for a third spell after a season with Eintracht Frankfurt after signing for Sassuolo.

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76dBen Gladwell, Italy correspondent

Sassuolo sign Boateng from Frankfurt

The Ghana international, who has had two previous spells in Serie A with AC Milan, returns to Italy after just one season in the Bundesliga.

RankingsItalian Serie A

Goal Difference25th
Goals Scored9Tied-1st
Assists4Tied-9th
Goals Conceded7Tied-17th