Copa 90‘s journey across Europe saw them making a pit-stop in Turin for the huge tie against Bayern Munich in the first leg of the Champions League’s Round of 16. The trip started with Bayern’s game against Darmstadt and the boys were unsurprisingly gushing about the atmosphere at the Allianz Arena. With cheap tickets. standing areas, and copious amounts of beer flowing, the Copa 90 team only had good things to say.
Having taken the scenic route to Turin from Munich, the team decided to split up to cover the Stadium experience as well as that of the fans who had travelled without a ticket, and had to settle for watching the game at a pub. As the cliche goes, the entire city was glued to their tv sets as Juve came from 2 goals down to draw level ahead of the return leg. And of course it wouldn’t be a UCL Away Day without the customary 5-a-side loss for the Copa 90 team.
But from Juventus’ perspective, to match last season’s Champions League fete would be unprecedented. All the Italian giants would want is to win the Italian Serie A, an achievement that guarantees success for a side of their stature. And you can guarantee success with the best online casino, even if the Old Lady somehow manage to slip up.
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