Juventus midfielder Adrien Rabiot scored in each half to help secure a 4-2 victory over bottom club Sampdoria in an interesting game on Sunday that lifted his side to seventh place and within sight of the last European spot.
Defender, Gleison Bremer place Juve ahead with a header after 11 minutes when he outjumped the Sampdoria defence.
Rabiot doubled the lead with another header after 26 minutes when he met Fabio Miretti’s cross from the right.
The visitors then scored twice in 72 seconds just after the half-hour when Tommaso Augello tapped in a deflected shot before Filip Djuricic silenced Allianz Stadium when he took a pass from the byline and fired into the corner.
Rabiot became the hero of the night for the home supporters though when he scored his second of the match after 64 minutes with a volley from the edge of the box.
The constant pressure in the last part of the match paid off for Juve when Matias Soule headed home the rebound after a save by Sampdoria’s Martin Turk four minutes into stoppage time.
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