Juventus made short work of Udinese in their Serie A opener as Tim Weah got his Juventus career off to an ideal start.
- Weah starts at right wing-back
- McKennie comes off bench
- Juve cruises to win
The U.S. men’s national team winger made his debut in Sunday’s 3-0 win over Udinese, playing 45 minutes before being removed at halftime due to an apparent injury.
He was replaced by his USMNT teammate, Weston McKennie, who came on for a strong 45 minute shift.
It took Juventus just a few minutes to start the season off with a bang as Federico Chiesa opened the scoring in the second minute. Dusan Vlahovic doubled that lead in the 20th minute, scoring from the penalty spot, with Adrien Rabiot making it 3-0 just before halftime with Weah playing a part in the buildup.