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      12.04.2015 09:00 - in: Serie A S

      #ParmaJuve, the statistics

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      The Bianconeri dominate possession but ultimately come unstuck to a resolute Parma outfit at the Tardini

      Juventus suffered only their second Serie A loss of the season after Jose Mauri’s sweet second-half strike ensured a 1-0 win for Parma in Emilia-Romagna on Saturday evening.

      Despite dominating proceedings throughout, the Bianconeri, who had not tasted defeat since narrowly succumbing 1-0 to Genoa back in October, could not find their way past a Gialloblu outfit currently battling relegation.

      The league leaders unleashed significantly more shots on goal compared to the hosts (19-9), but a combination of Juventus youth graduate shotstopper Antonio Mirante's saves and Parma's resolute defending prevented them from taking another significant step towards the Scudetto title.

      A closer look at the numbers from yesterday can be found below:

      Two

      Lay-offs provided by Roberto Pereyra, with the Argentine midfielder also creating three chances for his team-mates.

      Five

      Successful dribbles completed by Kingsley Coman.

      Six

      Crosses teased into the Gialloblu mixer by Bianconeri duo Stephan Lichtsteiner and substitute Simone Pepe.

      67.7%

      Possession enjoyed by the visitors during yesterday’s encounter in Emilia-Romagna.

      88

      Successful passes made by Claudio Marchisio throughout Saturday’s contest. The midfield schemer also threaded 11 good long balls, performed nine recoveries and led the way in terms of touches (121).

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