On a night when the quality of football on offer did most of the talking, the Bianconeri’s ever-increasing social media following also had plenty to say in the aftermath of an enthralling 4-2 victory over Sampdoria.
With impressive performances across the park from both teams on an exhilarating night of Serie A action, there was no shortage of hot topics for fans to debate.
Be it Gigi Buffon’s heroics between the posts or Paul Pogba’s thunderbolt from range, supporters flocked in their numbers to share their views on our international Twitter profile.
Our round-up of the best contributions starts with Graeme Wright’s measured synopsis of the action, succinctly expressed within 140 characters.
Elsewhere, a relieved Fahmy Andriandhika tells us how much yesterday’s victory meant both to him and his fellow Bianconeri supporters.
Andrea Cristofori extolled the virtues of the team’s display in the opening 45 minutes, comparing it to “the manifesto of football”.
@juventusfcen 1st half like the manifesto of football! Too relaxed 2nd half, but always fighting together to reach victory, love this team!— Andrea Cristofori (@djRaev) January 18, 2014
Moving on to individual performances, Gigi Buffon received plenty of plaudits after pulling off a string of fine saves to keep all three points within the Bianconeri’s grasp.
Houssam Chahine and Mladen Miric were among his biggest admirers.
Meanwhile, Syrian supporters Waseem and Omar used different techniques to express their delight at the continual rise of eventual match-winner Paul Pogba.
@juventusfcen pogba never stops being amazing. One of the most consistent players— Waseem (Seemo) (@waseemwahood) January 18, 2014
@juventusfcen just one word...."POGBOOM!!!!!"— Omar (@FinallyOmar) January 18, 2014
The final word is left to our very own Kwadwo Asamoah, who quite rightly credits the fans’ impact, both in the stadium and on the web, in helping the team to another priceless triumph.