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    02.05.2016 10:30 - in: Serie A S

    Super Sunday names and numbers

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    Juventus.com analyses the standout statistics from the Bianconeri’s win over Carpi on Sunday afternoon
    NAMES

    Hernanes

    Hernanes registered his first ever goal for Juventus in what was his 20th appearance for the club in all competitions. The Brazilian midfielder last netted in the league almost a year ago on 10 May 2015 in Lazio vs. Inter (incidentally a brace) and he becomes the Bianconeri’s 15th top-flight goalscorer this term, fewer only than Roma (18), Carpi (17) and Fiorentina (16).

    Zaza

    Simone Zaza’s 80th minute header means that the striker has now scored five times in the league and eight in all competitions this season, seven of which he has celebrated at Juventus Stadium. His last four Serie A strikes have all come off the bench in the final ten minutes of matches.

    Pogba

    Paul Pogba has 12 Serie A assists to his name this season – more than any other Bianconeri player.

    Cuadrado

    Six successful dribbles for Juan Cuadrado against Carpi – more than anyone else on the pitch.

    Buffon

    Yesterday’s clean sheet was Gianluigi Buffon’s 21st this term, equalling his personal record set in the 2011/12 season. The iconic keeper and captain has not conceded in 10 successive Serie A matches at home.

    NUMBERS

    10

    Juventus have matched a 29-year-old league record in keeping 10 consecutive clean sheets at home. The last team do so was Empoli in 1987.

    16

    The number of Bianconeri goals scored between the 30th and 45th minutes of matches – more than any other Serie A side this season.

    71.8 %

    Juventus’ possession stake against Carpi. It was as high as 75.3 per cent during an especially dominant first half.

    75

    Points claimed from a possible 77 in the league (a Serie A record) since this season’s first Derby Della Mole win on 31 October.

    894

    The number of Bianconeri touches of the ball against Carpi, achieved in no small part thanks to an impressive 88.6 per cent pass precision rate.

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