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Dinamo Zagreb Beat Juventus in UEFA Youth Champions League

Dinamo beat Juventus in Youth Champions League (photo: archive)

Dinamo beat Juventus in Youth Champions League (photo: archive)

Dinamo Zagreb U-19 have beaten Juventus U-19 in their UEFA Youth Champions League clash in Zagreb today…

A brace of goals to Dinamo Zagreb striker Ivan Božić gave his side a 2-1 win over Juventus after they were trailing 0-1. Juventus went ahead in the 12th minute through Kean before Božić leveled the scores just 5 minutes later. Božić’s winner came in the second minute of added time in the second half to give coach Mario Cvitanović his first win of the campaign.

All sides in Group H now have 3 points after Sevilla beat Lyon 2-1. The UEFA Youth Champions League sees teams play in the same groups as the senior sides. Dinamo Zagreb take on Juventus in the UEFA Champions League proper tonight.

Dinamo Zagreb 2-1 Juventus
UEFA U19 Youth Champions League
27 September
Zagreb

Goals: Božić (17′, 92′) Kean (12′)

Dinamo: Horkaš – Đurasek, Soldo, Briški, Sosa – Knežević, Fintić – Olmo, Moro, Špikić – Božić

Juventus: Del Favero, Beruatto, Muratore, Severin, Da Silva – Bove, Macek, Caligara, Kastanos – Leris, Kean

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