30.10.2014 10:23 - in: Serie A S

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      The Bianconeri’s greater possession and sharper attacking threat prove in vain as Genoa claim the points right at the death

      A late goal from Luca Antonini saw Genoa come away with the points last night at the Marassi, earning them a first win over the Bianconeri since 2009.

      With greater possession and significantly more shots on goal than the Grifone (16-4), Juventus were left to rue a combination of imprecision in the final third and a solid goalkeeping display by Mattia Perin.

      Down the other end, Gigi Buffon, making his 500th appearance for the club, experienced a quiet night, drawn into action just twice across the 90 minutes.

      But with the visitors committing bodies forward in search of a winner, Genoa sensed their chance to pounce and did just that, breaking Bianconeri hearts in the last minute of added time to extend their unbeaten Serie A run to four games.

      A closer look at the numbers from yesterday can be found below:      


      Chances created by Carlos Tevez, a battling presence up front for the Bianconeri.


      Juventus have struck the woodwork on nine occasions in Serie A this season, more than any other side.

      Corners taken by Juventus, with just one swung in by the Grifone.


      Successful passes made by Claudio Marchisio, who tops the leaderboard in this respect.


      Ball possession enjoyed by the visitors at the Marassi.


      Leonardo Bonucci led the way in terms of touches, making 84 across the course of the night.


      Juventus appearances for milestone man Buffon, who made just two saves yesterday evening.

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