|Andrea Pirlo - the midfield Mozart|
Notable performance by Warriors' goalkeeper Hassan Sunny at goal had at least accounted five saves to deny the "Grand Old Lady" from ripping the Selection apart in the first half.
Eventually, the "Bianconeri" did find their way to the back of the net on two occasions through "dead ball" situations credited to crowd favorite - midfield maestro Andrea Pirlo, who took the honour of being the first goal scorer inside this pristine arena through his efforts in the 16th (free-kick) and 44th minute (penalty).
|Historical moment - Pirlo scored the first goal|
|Historical moment - Pirlo scored his second goal|
Two more goals later in the game from Sebastian Giovinco and substitute Kwadwo Asamoah completed the 5-0 rout and capped the tour for the defending Serie A champions on a clean sweep of three victories out of three official matches played in Jakarta and Sydney, besides Singapore.
|Tussle for the ball|
|Pogba (second from right) scored the third|
However, it was the condition of the playing surface that concerned Coach Allegri and opted not to start another crowd favourite Argentine Carlos Tevez.
Explaining his decision to a question posted by the media, the former AC Milan coach said:"The field condition is not perfect and it is too sandy that I keep Tevez on the bench as a precautionary measure to prevent any further injury to him."
|Tevez (second from left) rest for precaution|
|Stange: "Not proud of 30,000 turnout"|
Said the German coach:"I am not proud of the thirty thousand (official attendance: 27, 338) when in other countries you would expect a full house against a top class side like Juventus,
"But it was a great event for the Selection against Juventus which first half was an exciting one before they (Juventus) increased their speed in the second half and I am pleased with the performance that won the hearts of the fans."
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