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    01.11.2015 09:00 - in: Serie A S

    Derby della Mole data

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    A statistical summary of Juventus’ last-gasp win in the 190th edition of the Derby della Mole

    For the second year in a row, the Bianconeri clinched the derby spoils with a 2-1 home victory in the most dramatic of fashions.

    Replicating Andrea Pirlo in scoring a 94th minute winner was Juan Cuadrado, who bundled in, this time in front of Juventus Stadium’s South Stand.

    The trend of netting late goals against the Granata continues with five of the Old Lady’s last ten strikes coming in the 84th minute or later.

    Giampiero Ventura’s charges have to trace back 14 years for when they last managed to remain unbeaten in two consecutive derbies, recording a pair of draws in the 2001/02 season.

    Arguably there was no better moment for Cuadrado to find the target for the first time since joining Juventus in the summer. Incidentally, the goal was made by two substitutes, Alex Sandro providing the assist for the Colombian.

    Paul Pogba’s strike in the 19th minute, meanwhile, was the fastest scored by his side this term, eight minutes earlier than Paulo Dybala’s opener against Atalanta last Sunday.

    Leonardo Bonucci’s header onto the crossbar represented the sixth time that Massimiliano Allegri’s men have hit the woodwork in 2014/25. Only Palermo (seven) have been more unfortunate with their shooting.

    Juve enjoy the greater possession in the final third

    As usual, the hosts played an extremely high number of passes (719) with a completion rate of 85 per cent, while also winning back 43 balls, 13 more than Torino.

    Juventus only just edged their opponents in terms of crosses whipped in (15 to 14) and they were awarded seven corners to the visitors’ three.

    On a personal level, Hernanes was firmly at the centre of the play, delivering a total 93 passes.

    Pogba meanwhile, notched his second goal in a Derby della Mole and this represented the perfect way to celebrate his 100th appearance in Serie A.

    Pogba powers his way around the pitch
    The midfielder's touch map shows how involved he was in the Bianconeri's attacking manoeuvres

    The Frenchman was an ever-present in Juve’s attacking moves, producing four of the Bianconeri’s six shots on target, and he also regained possession on eight occasions – more than any other team-mate.

    Last but not least, Pogba has now been on the winning side every time he has played against Torino: an impressive six out of six.

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