An irresistible Primavera thumped Carpi 4-0 at Vinovo on Saturday, a result that sees them rise to third place in the table.
Fabio Grosso’s men came quickly out of the traps and immediately created scoring opportunities, Roman Macek forcing opposition stopper Andrea Liotti into a smart save early on.
The Bianconeri kept up the pressure and would break the deadlock through Carlos Blanco Moreno’s header to ensure they took a slender lead into half-time.
Juve continued to open up the opposition defence with regularity in the second period and Grigoris Kastanos soon doubled the goal-margin, before Blanco Moreno very nearly added another to his personal tally.
Grosso’s men would make the points safe through Nicolò Pozzebon, notching his sixth in as many games. And the in-form striker capped off a fine performance by providing the assist for his side’s fourth and final goal scored by Fabio Morselli, as the Bianconeri romped to a convincing win that lifts them up to 13 points in the league after six games.
Following the final whistle, Grosso poured praise on his young guns’ display, while purring over the talents emerging from the current crop of players at his disposal.
“We started very brightly and I’m happy with how we performed throughout, creating plenty of chances. We took our foot off the gas momentarily in the first half, but we were back to our attacking best after the break.
“When we play well as a team that allows for individual star qualities to stand out. I’m happy for Nicolò (Pozzebon) and for the group as a whole. Fabio (Morselli) is only 17-years-old but has immense ability like the rest of the boys, some of whom didn’t get game time today but will in the near future.”
The Bianconeri now turn their attentions to Sampdoria in the Coppa Italia next Wednesday.