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    27.04.2015 10:49 - in: Serie A S

    #TorinoJuve, the statistics

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    The Bianconeri dominate possession but ultimately succumb to a 2-1 loss at the hands of the Granata, signalling their first Derby della Mole defeat for 20 years

    Juventus suffered their first Derby della Mole defeat for 20 years after Torino triumphed 2-1 at the Stadio Olimpico on Sunday afternoon.

    The Bianconeri, who had previously lost to their city cousins in April 1995, went ahead on 35 minutes thanks to another Andrea Pirlo set-piece special. The veteran midfielder has now scored 27 direct free-kicks in Serie A, leaving him just one short of Sinisa Mihajlovic’s record.

    But Granata strikes courtesy of Matteo Darmian and former forward Fabio Quagliarella turned the game on its head either side of half-time, signalling the Old Lady had conceded two goals in a match for the first time since February’s 2-2 draw away at Cesena.

    More statistics from yesterday’s contest can be found below:

    Three

    Lay-offs performed by Alessandro Matri as he looked to prove the fulcrum between midfield and attack.

    Three

    Tackles won by Arturo Vidal during a typically industrious performance in the middle of the park.

    Three

    Times Juventus hit the woodwork in the second-half, no other Serie A side has registered more this season.

    Five

    Crosses teased into the Granata mixer by Simone Padoin, who also made seven recoveries.

    Ten

    Good long balls threaded by Leonardo Bonucci.

    55.2

    Percentage of possession enjoyed by the visitors during Sunday’s Derby della Mole.

    72

    Successful passes completed by Pirlo throughout 95 minutes of action. The midfield metronome also created four chances, made four interceptions and led the way in terms of touches (104).

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