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    11.01.2016 10:30 - in: Serie A S

    Statistics from the Stadio Luigi Ferraris

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    A numerical summary of the Bianconeri’s 2-1 win against Sampdoria on Sunday evening in Genoa

    Juventus’ 2-1 victory against Sampdoria on Sunday evening was their ninth in a row in the league, marking their longest winning run in Serie A for two years (12 straight triumphs between October 2013 and January 2014) and the greatest active streak of successes in Europe’s top five leagues.

    Here follows some of the more significant digits from last night at the Stadio Luigi Ferraris:

    4 – The number of league goals scored by Paul Pogba this term after he broke the deadlock at the Marassi, a ground at which he has scored twice already in 2015/16 following his converted penalty away to Genoa in September. The Frenchman has now either netted or provided an assist in five of his last six games on Italian soil.

    4 – The number of dribbles executed and interceptions made by Hernanes last night. The Brazilian also won back possession on six occasions – the most of any outfield player on the visiting side.

    2 – Sami Khedira now has this number of Serie A strikes to his name, having netted yesterday and on his domestic debut against Bologna back in October.

    8 – The number of key contributions made by Paulo Dybala (five goals and three assists) in as many league fixtures.

    2 – The number of times that Sampdoria touched the ball in the Bianconeri box before the interval. This figure rose to nine by full-time.

    7 – The number of crosses delivered and corners won by Massimiliano Allegri’s men in the first half alone.

    13 – The total number of shots produced by the visitors over the course of the match (five on target), in comparison to Sampdoria’s nine (two on target).

    46.2 – The percentage of attacks launched by Juventus down their left side.

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