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    30.04.2015 14:34 - in: Serie A S

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    An analysis of the figures behind last night’s 3-2 triumph over Fiorentina at Juventus Stadium

    Two goals in 10 first-half minutes enabled the Bianconeri to turn the tables on Fiorentina and exact revenge for March’s Coppa Italia semi-final first leg defeat at Juventus Stadium.

    Fernando Llorente ended a six-match barren run in front of goal by cancelling out Gonzalo Rodriguez’s opener, while Carlos Tevez’s double made sure of the victory, taking him on to 20 Serie A strikes for the season.

    While the Viola shaded matters in terms of shots (13 to 12) and matched their hosts in the possession stakes, it was Juventus’ efficiency in midfield and firepower up front that condemned Vincenzo Montella’s men to their fourth straight Serie A defeat, a streak they last registered in February 2005.  

    Here is a look at some of the main figures behind last night’s triumph:

    Two

    Goals in his last two games against Fiorentina for Fernando Llorente, the man who weighed in with last night’s important equaliser.

    Four

    Successive Serie A games at Juventus Stadium in which Tevez has found the back of the net.

    Eight

    Years since the Bianconeri last conceded two penalties in a game, Napoli the beneficiaries in 2007.  

    10

    Juventus doubles for Tevez in all competitions.

    100

    Competitive games played by the Bianconeri at Juventus Stadium.

    300

    Bianconeri appearances made by Claudio Marchisio, who provided a sumptuous assist for Tevez’s second goal of the night.

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