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      17.05.2015 20:05 - in: Serie A S

      #InterJuve, the statistics

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      All the main facts and figures from yesterday’s comeback victory over the Nerazzurri in Milan

      A spirited performance by already-crowned Scudetto winners Juventus in Milan enabled them to overturn Mauro Icardi’s early opener and seal a 2-1 success through strikes from Claudio Marchisio and Alvaro Morata.

      The victory continued their strong run against Inter, who have just one triumph to their name from the last 10 meetings with the Bianconeri (six wins and three draws for Juventus).

      While the hosts enjoyed more ball possession (65 per cent) and completed a greater amount of passes (630 vs 326), they were often found lacking in precision with their final ball.

      This enabled a clinical Juventus to take advantage and extend an unbeaten run against Inter at the San Siro that stretches back to April 2010.  

      More numbers from yesterday’s game can be found below:

      Four

      Times the Bianconeri have come from behind to claim all three points from a Serie A match this season

      Eight

      Shots attempted by Morata, his highest figure from any Serie A game this season.

      21

      Fouls committed by Roberto Mancini’s men, exactly two-thirds more than the Bianconeri’s count.  

      32

      Serie A goals for Marchisio, whose equaliser marked his first converted spot kick in the top flight.

      42

      Completed passes and two occasions creating by Marchisio during a typically industrious shift from the Juventus midfielder.   

      50 per cent

      Shots on target to goal ratio for the Bianconeri yesterday: four efforts, two goals.

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