L'esultanza di Filip Kostić dopo il gol segnato durante Inter - Juventus

The Bianconeri rankings at the international break

The Bianconeri rankings at the international break
The Bianconeri rankings at the international break
The Bianconeri rankings at the international break

Last Sunday's 1-0 win at San Siro in the Derby d'Italia was the 16th clean sheet for Juventus in the league this season.

Victory over Inter took the Bianconeri's positive run to six wins from their last seven games in Serie A. The only setback came away at Roma. The Giallorossi clinched a 1-0 success despite Juventus hitting the woodwork three times.

Let's take a look at other team and individual stats up until the only international break before the end of the season.



  • Juventus boast the third best attack in the league with 45 goals, behind Inter (47) and Napoli (64).
  • Juve also have the third best defence in Serie A with 22 goals conceded. Only Lazio (19) and Napoli (16) have conceded fewer than the Bianconeri.
  • Massimiliano Allegri's team is also third for shots conceded (89). Only Roma (88) and Napoli (69) have allowed their opponents fewer efforts on goal.


  • Danilo, Filip Kostić and Manuel Locatelli are the three Juventus players that have made most appearances this season. The first two have featured in 38 matches, with Danilo playing 37 as a starter. Filip, on the other hand, has played from kick off in 34 games. Manuel has appeared on the pitch 34 times this season, including 27 as a starter.
  • Danilo is the fourth for playing the ball, the exact number is 1885 times. There are only three Napoli players ahead of him, specifically Stanislav Lobotka (1903), Giovanni Di Lorenzo (2252) and Kim Min-Jae (2336).
  • Among the Bianconeri, the player who has attempted most shots on goal is Dušan Vlahović with 54 attempts (including those blocked).
  • Again Dušan is the Bianconero that has hit the target most often (18). Arek Milik (17) and Adrien Rabiot (17) are in his slipstream.
  • Filip Kostić is the second best assist-man in the league, equal to Sergej Milinković-Savić. Filip has provided eight assists so far in his first season in Serie A. Ahead of the two Serbs is the Georgian Khvicha Kvaratskhelia, the only player in double figures (10).
  • No one has crossed more than Kostič - who has looked for a teammate 173 times from out wide. Corner kicks are also included in this count.
  • The Serbian winger is still the player that has created the most chances, including assists, with 52.
  • Locatelli, on the other hand, is the player who has recovered the ball most often, as many as 134 times. Following him are Adrien Rabiot (133) and Gleison Bremer (132).

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