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    Making of MY7H: August

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    The beginning of the story of the Bianconeri's incredible season that saw them win Serie A for an unprecedented seven times in a row

    After a long and exciting season full of twists and turns, the Bianconeri emerged with a seventh successive Scudetto and fourth consecutive Coppa Italia. Not many could have penned a better ending to the season for Juve!

    But before we get to the finale, we must go back to the beginning and start back in August, as the pieces to the season were starting to fall into place, that would eventually lead to #MY7H, as well as #4ZAJUVE.


    August opens with the Bianconeri returning from the United States after the success of the #JuventUStour: 12 days, three cities and over 150,000 combined fans present at the matches against Barcelona, ​​PSG and Roma.


    The final addition to the USA Tour proved to be an exciting one, as the Bianconeri signed Federico Bernardeschi!

    To keep him company on the plane back from the US, there were also a few other new faces in the Juventus locker room:

    ...and of course #OneMore

    ☇⚪⚫👀 #OneMore Link in bio...

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    The iconic Juventus number 10 shirt also got a new owner:

    Are you ready, @paulodybala? ⚪⚫ #Dybala10 💎

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    After the summer preparation, the season begins with the first official commitment: the Italian Supercup final in Rome with Lazio.

    Lazio take a 2-0 lead over La Vecchia Signora, but an outstanding late double from the new number 10, Paulo Dybala in the 85th and 91st minute sees Juve fight back to 2-2. However, in the dying embers Alessandro Murgia scores to make it 3-2 and send the Supercup to Lazio.

    Massimiliano Allegri then took to Twitter to state that the defeat would serve a purpose in helping Juve work towards having a great season, and how right he would turn out to be:

    Days before Serie A got underway, there was of course the traditional curtain raiser at Villar Perosa:

    The season begins at home to Cagliari, and the Bianconeri start as they mean to go on with a 3-0 win, as Mandzukic, Dybala and Higuain get the Biaconeri up and running!

    MANDZU!!!!! 1-0 JUVE!!!! #JuveCagliari #ForzaJuve

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    GOAAAAALLLLL! The first #DybalaMask of the season!!!! #JuveCagliari #ForzaJuve

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    PIPITA!!! The new season takes flight! 😁😁😁 #JuveCagliari #ForzaJuve

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    A good start at home was followed-up with a win in the first away game of the year at Genoa. Despite the hosts taking an early 2-0 lead, Juve fire back in style through Juan Cuadrado and a first-ever Juve hat-trick from Paulo Dybala!


    Massimiliano Allegri completes his midfield with the signing of Blaise Matuidi from PSG:

    And in defence, Benedikt Howedes 

    The arrival of Howedes closes a very intense August, as September sees Juve begin their Champions League campaign and continue on their course of the league title...

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