Juventus’s teenage forward continues to suggest he is less the new Mario Balotelli than a successor to Cristiano Ronaldo, and his Juve teammate seems to be an admirer
Let’s talk about Moise Kean. Not about the cretins who racially abused him, nor teammates who should have supported him better. Let’s talk about a teenager who has scored in five consecutive matches for club and country. Let’s talk about a player who is averaging one goal for every 47 minutes he has spent on the pitch in Serie A this season.
Kean was at it again on Saturday, stepping off the bench to hit the winner for Juventus at home against Milan. The Bianconeri stand on the brink of an eighth consecutive Scudetto, yet had been underwhelming : short on both energy and invention. Trailing to a Krzysztof Piatek goal at half-time, they required a Paulo Dybala penalty to pull level at the hour.
Source: Football News
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