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      29.04.2014 11:00 - in: Serie A S

      #SassuoloJuve, the statistics

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      Ten of the most significant facts and figures from last night’s 3-1 away victory over the Neroverdi

      93
      The Bianconeri’s current points tally after collecting another three against Sassuolo. Their grand total with three league games to go is now two more than the 91 points Fabio Capello’s famous title-winning side ended the 2005/06 season with.

      1
      Antonio Conte’s men have lost just one of the eight games in which they have gone behind this season, and made Sassuolo the fifth side broken hearted by seeing a lead overturned.

      54.5 per cent
      The Bianconeri’s shooting accuracy, a figure which made a key difference given Sassuolo’s figure was a lower 36.4.

      546
      Juventus’ total passes on a difficult pitch waterlogged by heavy rain in Reggio Emilia, with Giorgio Chiellini (68) just tipping Andrea Pirlo (67) to making the most successful ones.

      63.7 per cent
      The share of possession Juve managed to seize command of away from home at the Mapei Stadium.

      26
      The number of assists Andrea Pirlo has delivered since he joined Juventus following last night’s sumptuous one for Claudio Marchisio. He has set up 10 more goals than any other Juve man during the period.

      7
      Stephan Lichtsteiner’s assist tally in Serie A this season. No less than six of those have found Fernando Llorente.

      6
      Shots which forced Gianluca Pegolo into action in the Sassuolo goal from a total of 14 the Bianconeri managed to fashion yesterday evening.

      69.2 per cent
      The percentage of tackles Juve won, just edging Sassuolo’s 68.4.

      5
      As well as his goal, Carlos Tevez also hit the woodwork for the fifth time this season with a curling first-time hit onto the bar. No Serie A player has done so more times than the Argentine this year.

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