17 December 2021
HISTORY Juventus Women reached the quarter-finals of the UEFA Women's Champions League for the first time and are now among the top eight in Europe.
UNBEATABLE With four goals conceded, the Bianconere proved to have the best defense in Group A. Peyraud-Magnin also went unbeaten on the road throughout the tournament so far, keeping a cleansheet in four matches.
AN EVENING OF FIRSTS The victory against Servette was Juve's first win at the Allianz Stadium in Europe. Furthermore, again on the subject of firsts, Agnese Bonfantini scored her first goal in the group stage and at the iconic Juventus stadium.
ALLIANZ Bonfantini joined the list of goalscorers who have found the back of the net at the Allianz: in addition to her, Sofie Junge Pedersen (Serie A goal against Fiorentina), Lina Hurtig, Barbara Bonansea and Cristiana Girelli are also on the list. The latter, with four goals, is the top scorer in the Juventus stadium, as well as the only one to have scored a brace.
THE FUTURE Juventus Women's 2021 will close on Sunday, December 19, against Pink Sport Time Bari in the Coppa Italia. On Monday 20 December, however, the draw will take place for the quarter-finals: Juventus will land one of one between Lyon, PSG and Barcelona.
HYYRYNEN 100 Tuija Hyyrynen's substitute appearance last night meant she featured in her 100th cap for Juventus Women, becoming the fourth player to do so after Caruso, Boattin, and Bonansea