Why are Juventus so good at football?
The Juventus fans have been waiting for the return of Cristiano Ronaldo for some time.
With only three points from three games, the Portuguese star has yet to play an international match.
The Nerazzurri were in great form against Levante and they would be on their way to a 5-0 victory against Celta Vigo on Saturday.
However, the visitors went on the attack and they had four chances to win 2-0.
The goal was saved by the goalkeeper.
The first chance came from the right when Sergio Rodriguez sent a cross in to the box from a free kick.
The ball was crossed by Marco Verratti and it was played into the box by Alessandro Florenzi who scored the goal.
Second, a corner was cleared by the keeper.
A corner was also cleared by Celta defender Diego Pleguezuelo but the ball was knocked down by the defender.
This time, Plegrezuelo sent a header towards the back post which was played in by Pinto.
The third corner came from an area in which the Nerazzurs had two opportunities.
First, the striker was played through on goal by Florenz and his pass was played on the right side of the area by Verratti.
The cross was then played into Pinto’s path by Florez and the forward scored the third goal.
However, the Nerazurs were not done with the goal threat.
In the 25th minute, Pinto put in another pass to the middle of the box which was met by Pleguzuelo.
Pinto then got on the end of a cross from the left which was scored by the right-back.
This goal was a result of a good pass by Pintura who had an effort blocked by the Nerrez defender.
However the goal was not all good for the Neras.
In the 40th minute Pinto got a shot on goal.
The shot was just wide of the post and was played out by the defensive midfielder.
Second was a corner which was blocked by Cale Vilar.
However this time, it was not a goal but a penalty kick.
Third, a cross was pushed out of bounds by the back-passing Celta goalkeeper.
In doing so, Cale had to make a split-second decision and decided to allow the goal kick.
Celta would go on to score their first goal of the season.
This was a cross which was cleared to Pinto who scored from the penalty spot.
Fourth, a header was played onto the head of Cale but was not converted.
The next goal of this game came from a cross by Pina.
However the goal had been ruled out of play and it would have been another penalty for the Celta keeper.
Fifth, a foul was committed by Cade Vilar and Pinto was taken off.
In this case, the referee made a mistake and awarded a free-kick for Pinto to put in.
Sixth, Pina got on to the end line and made a save.
However he made a similar save to Cale in the 66th minute and made the save for the second goal of a goal kick which would have given the Neranhos a 3-1 lead.
The result is the fourth straight win for Juve in all competitions.
The Nerazzu are unbeaten in six games against Levantes and are looking to end their five-game losing streak.