03 February 2023
Juve qualified for the Coppa Italia semi-finals with a narrow 1-0 win over Lazio at the Allianz Stadium. The Bianconeri collected a fourth straight win over the Capital outfit in the cup.
Read on for more cup stats.
FINAL FOUR | Since the quarter-finals of the Coppa Italia returned to being a single match in season 2008/09, Juventus have reached the semi-finals in nine of the 10 occasions they have played at home - the only exception dates back to 27 January 2011 against Roma.
SEEING DOUBLE | Lazio are the first team Bremer has scored in two different competitions against (Serie A and Coppa Italia) since arriving in Italy in 2018/19, with his second goal for Juventus in all competitions. Both the Brazilian’s goals have come at the Allianz Stadium, both headers from Filip Kostić crosses (v Salernitana in Serie A 11th September 2022 and v Lazio in Coppa Italia).
JOINT EFFORT | Juve's last nine goals in Coppa Italia have been scored by nine different players (excluding own goals): Morata, Dybala, Bernardeschi, Danilo Alex Sandro, Vlahovic, Kean, Chiesa and Bremer.
100 DAY WAIT | Dušan Vlahović has started a game for Juventus for the first time since 25 October 2022 at Benfica in the Champions League, 100 days ago.
SOUND AT THE BACK | No Italian team has more clean sheets than Juventus in all competitions in 2022/23 (13 with Lazio) and the Bianconeri have now kept a clean sheet in their last three games against Lazio in the Coppa Italia - achieved only once before between 1960 and 1974.