South Florida Sun-Sentinel (Sunday)
McKennie’s goal leads Juve
Weston McKennie became the first American player to score for Juventus as his side rallied to beat city rival Torino 2-1 in Serie A on Saturday. Leonardo Bonucci netted the winner in Turin with a minute remaining in the derby match afterMcKennie headed in the equalizer 12 minutes from time to cancel out Nicolas Nkoulou’s early opener. “I wanted to give my all for the team because I always think about the team above all,” McKennie said. “As for my goal, I like to get into the box, which is what I did and it paid off. “(Juan) Cuadrado and I aren’t that similar as players, but we have a fantastic understanding.” Juventus moved third, three points behind leader AC Milan and one below Inter Milan, which beat Bologna 3-1. Milan visits Sampdoria on Sunday. Torino remained in the relegation zone, two points from safety, with only six points from its first 10 matches. Torino stunned Juventus by taking a shock lead in the ninthminute as the home defense failed to deal with a corner and the ball came through to Nkoulou, who tapped it in.