The numbers from yesterday’s game indicate Juve’s dominance across the board
Despite enjoying the upper hand for long spells of yesterday’s clash with Cagliari, Juventus were unable to sign off their home campaign on a winning note as the visitors held on for a share of the spoils.
Victor Ibarbo’s 12th minute opener, the Rossoblu’s only shot on target across the 90 minutes, paved the way for heavy Bianconeri pressure.
Antonio Conte’s men, who commanded 58% possession and completed 72.6% of their attempted passes, registered an overall total of 20 shots on goal, with five of these calling Cagliari shotstopper Michael Agazzi into action.
Individually speaking, Arturo Vidal and Mirko Vucinic represented the Bianconeri’s most realistic goal threat with four shots apiece, followed by Emanuele Giaccherini on three.
Elsewhere, Giorgio Chiellini topped the completed passes index with a figure of 63, trailed by Leonardo Bonucci and Giaccherini on 61 and 53 respectively.