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The All Stars, captained by Juventus great Alessandro Del Piero, were deservedly leading 2-1 with two minutes to go in the friendly played in front of a crowd of 55,364 at Sydney's Olympic Stadium.French midfielder Paul Pogba, who was named best young player at the World Cup, got Juventus back on terms when he chested the ball down and steered it into the top corner of the net with an exquisite half volley in the 88th minute. Carlos Tevez hit the post just before the break, after a slick one-two with Fernando Llorente, but it was not until the 59th minute that the latter headed Juve's equalizer from a cross by Patrice Evra.Substitute Tomi Juric lashed home the All Stars' second goal in the 77th minute after a defensive error by Kwadwo Asamoah, but Pogba and Pepe saved the blushes of the visitors.
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