Last night’s match served as a timely reminder of Juventus’ influence in world football.
Wednesday’s game in Jakarta ended in success, not only on the pitch, but also with regards to rewarding the ardent Indonesian faithful for their unwavering support.
The good news for the Asia-Pacific fans? There are still two stages of the tour to go.
At around 20.45 local time, the Bianconeri departed for Australia and are expected to land at around 06.00 on Friday morning.
Whilst in Sydney, Massimiliano Allegri’s men will train in an open session at Kogarah’s Jubilee Oval in front of the Australian supporters before taking on the A-League All-Stars, led by Juventus legend Alessandro Del Piero, at ANZ Stadium on Sunday 10 August, kick-off 11.30 (CET).
The last leg of Juventus’ Asia-Pacific tour will then take place in Singapore on Saturday 16 August, where the Bianconeri will face a Singapore All-Stars XI at New Singapore National Stadium, kick-off 12.00 (CET).
They are expected back in Italy on 17 August.
Keep up with any further updates by following Juventus.com’s official liveblog here.