09 February 2023
Juve completed the job started two weeks ago in the Coppa Italia against Chievo. Another 3-0 victory against the Serie B outfit ensured the Bianconere reached the semi-finals once again.
Read on to discover the stand-out stats and curiosities from the return leg of the Italian Cup quarter-final.
SHUT OUT | Juventus became the first team to maintain a clean sheet in both legs of a Coppa Italia quarter-final since both the Bianconere and Milan achieved the feat, against Tavagnacco and Sassuolo respectively, in the 2018/19 edition of the tournament.
BACK TO BACK | Not since season 2019/20 had Juventus kept back-to-back clean sheets in Coppa Italia, then the two matches without conceding were against Fortitudo Mozzecane in the last-16 and Empoli in the first-leg of the quarter-final.
SCORING STREAK | Cristiana Girelli's late penalty conversion allowed the striker to maintain her scoring run in the cup, taking her tally to eight goals in her last six Coppa Italia appearances, finding the net at least once per match.
NINE NAMES | With Barbara Bonansea and Arianna Caruso scoring at Vinovo against Chievo, the number of different scorers for the Bianconere in this year's tournamet rose to nine players - only Girelli has netted more than once.
BIENVENUE BENEDICTE | Bénédicte Simon made her debut for Juventus Women after signing for the club only nine days ago, playing the full 90 minutes.