There were two things Juventus needed to worry about when facing Fiorentina in the Coppa Italia semifinal.
The first was the Viola's ability from set pieces. After all, only Atletico Madrid and Werder Bremen have scored more via this method in all of Europe's top five leagues this season.
The second? Mohamed Salah, the pacy arrival who has made quite the impact on the Italian club, scoring six goals in the seven matches he's played.
So what happened Thursday? Salah scored twice while Fiorentina nearly managed another through a set piece in their 2-1 win.
While the Bianconeri started well, showing intensity as they created several chances to overcome Fiorentina's defence, they soon surrendered to imprecision and shocking sloppiness, losing possession cheaply before allowing Salah and his pace to score the opening goal.
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