Posted On Sunday, 16th September 2012
Kwadwo Asamoah came off the bench to score his first Serie A goal in a Juventus shirt in their 3-1 win at Genoa on Sunday.
The talented midfielder replaced De Ceglie and he turned out to be a game changer.
Asamoah won the penalty from 19-year-old Sampirisi and Mirko Vucinic converted it past Frey despite the goalkeeper guessing the right angle to put the score at 2-1.
The former Udinese player got a goal for himself in the 84th minute.
Vucinic’s cross from the by-line took a deflection along the way and the Ghanaian was ready to tap in at the back post.
Asamoah scored his first goal for the Bianconeri in their Super Cup win over Napoli in Beijing last month.
Genoa took the lead through Ciro Immobile in the 18th minute.
The youngster didn’t get a clean touch, but it proved enough to slide the finish through a sea of legs to beat Buffon at the near post.
But Giaccherini levelled in the 66th minute with a fierce strike from the edge of the box.