Harry Kane banging longest official top-flight goal in all competition

Juventus is the most successful Italian club and after the Portuguese forward Cristiano Ronaldo moved at the Old Lady, the fame of the club has increased a lot. They have won the last Serie A title where CR7 was the highest scorer for the club in the last season. Now, ahead of the upcoming new season, the Italian giants are taking part in the 2019 International Champions Cup (ICC). But their starting in the tournament does not go as expected. Juventus started the pre-season by facing defeat and Harry Kane banging longest official top-flight goal in all competition. This time, their opponent was the finalist of the last Champions League Tottenham Hotspur.

Argentine professional football player Gonzalo Higuain led the team Juventus ahead and the Portuguese forward Cristiano Ronaldo increased the goal difference. But they could not save the team. Juventus took the lead by a 2 – 12 but still, the game ended with a 3 – 2 goals.

Earlier today at the National Stadium, Kallang the Italian giants Juventus faced Tottenham Hotspur where the Premier League club Spurs won by a 3 – 2 goals. Tottenham took the lead in the 30th minute of the game when Lamela scored the first goal. In the first half, the Old Lady could not return to the game.

In the 11th minute of the 2nd half, Argentine star Higuain led the team Juve returned to the game. Just four minutes later, Cristiano increased the goal difference. So, the Spurs were getting behind but did not give hope. Finally, in the 65th minute, Moura scored the 2nd goal for the Spurs and scoreline became 2 – 2.

In the additional minutes of the 2nd half, Harry Kane scored the 3rd goal where Moura assisted. So, the Champions League runner up secured their first victory in the ICC 2019.

Buffon who arrived at the Italian cam,p in the summer transfer window also took part in the game. However, the Juve used 4 – 3 – 3 formation and their grounding eleven was so strong. On the other side, Tottenham Hotspur used 4 – 1 – 2 – 1 – 2 formation.

Juventus played well in the game and in most of the cases, they were ahead of the Spurs. The Killer Lady possessed the ball maximum times but took fewer shots than the Spurs. Tottenham took a total of 19 shots in the match and five of them was on the target. In return, the Juve took a total of 12 shots and also five of them was on the target.