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    23.10.2014 12:40 - in: Champions League S

    #OlympiacosJuve, the statistics

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    The Bianconeri dominate possession but are unable to find a way past Michel’s men

    Pajtim Kasami’s solitary first-half strike consigned the Bianconeri to their second successive defeat in this season’s Champions League campaign.

    Having dominated possession throughout, Massimiliano Allegri’s men also registered double the amount of shots compared to their hosts but were unable to find a way past an in-form Roberto, who pulled off five important saves.

    Following the previous matchday loss against Atletico and last season’s Europa League reverse at Benfica, it is the first time Juventus have lost three consecutive away games in Europe since March 2002.

    Here is a more detailed look at the main statistics from last night:

    Three

    Shots on target from Carlos Tevez who forced Roberto into three splendid stops.

    Six

    Tackles won by Arturo Vidal who also carved out four opportunities for his team-mates and boasted a 100% dribbling success.

    Six

    Lay-offs performed by the away side – half of those coming from Alvaro Morata.

    10

    Recoveries made by Giorgio Chiellini, more than any other player on the pitch. The Bianconeri number three also topped the leaderboard for most amount of passes completed (78) and total touches (109).

    17

    Fouls won by the Bianconeri in an entertaining encounter .

    21

    Number of shots Juventus have conceded in this year’s European competition, only Bayer Leverkusen have faced fewer (15).

    60%

    Ball possession enjoyed by the visitors. Their season average is 65%, with only Barcelona and Bayern Munich registering better.

    81.6%

    Pass completion rate from Allegri’s men.

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