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      12.05.2014 10:15 - in: Serie A S

      #RomaJuve, the statistics

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      The most important numbers from the 1-0 victory over the Giallorossi at the Olimpico on another record-breaking night for the Bianconeri

      99

      Juventus’ points tally after the latest three picked up in last night’s victory over Roma, an all-time record in the history of Serie A. Just a draw in their final game against Cagliari would see them reach the historic milestone of 100

      14

      Away wins in Serie A this season, equalling the club record from 1949/50

      32

      Victories overall, another Serie A record from this side who keep on breaking them

      5

      Shots on target from Antonio Conte’s men on a night when opportunities to bear down on goalkeeper Lukasz Skorupski’s goal were few and far between

      2

      Efforts on goal from Fernando Llorente, the Bianconeri player who threatened the Polish shotstopper the most as well as creating two chances with his three successful lay-offs

      57.8 metres

      Juve’s width of play, 6.8 more than a fundamentally central Roma side

      44

      Successful passes from Leonardo Bonucci, who topped the Juve charts in that regard. The defender also delivered seven good long balls

      42.3 per cent

      It was the return of Antonio Conte’s strike on the break tactic against Roma yesterday after it worked so successfully in January’s 3-0 win over the Giallorossi. Juve had only 42.3 per cent of the ball, but held out at the back and took their chance when it came late on

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