26 January 2023
With a 3-0 win in Veneto in the first leg of the quarter-finals, Juventus put one foot in the Coppa Italia semi-finals. The return leg against H&D ChievoVerona is scheduled for February 8.
Below are the statisitcs and curiosities from the first cup encounter against Chievo.
WINNING WAYS | Juventus have won all five matches against ChievoVerona in league and cup and have still to concede a goal to the side from Veneto.
CRI'S CUP RUN | With a double, Cristiana Girelli took her tally to seven goals from her last five Coppa Italia appearances, scoring at least once in each game.
WORTH THE WAIT | Valentina Cernoia became the sixth player on the scoresheet for Juventus in this season's Coppa Italia. For the midfielder it was he first goal in the competition since netting against Pomigliano on 13 January 2021.
TAKE A BOW | Against Chievo, Ginevra Moretti made her senior debut for Juventus Women at 17 years old.
TEENAGE KICKS | With Moretti's inclusion, the Bianconere finished the match against Chievo with five players under 20 on the pitch. Elisa Pfattner started while Evelina Duljan, Sandy Bertucci and Eva Schatzer joined Moretti as second half substitutes.