A Carlos Tevez-inspired Juventus roared to a magnificent 7-0 victory over Parma yesterday afternoon, consigning the Gialloblu to their heaviest ever Serie A reverse in the process.
The Argentine, whose first goal at the start of the second half was the undisputed pick of the bunch, ended a four-game scoring drought in style by taking his league tally to eight.
Also joining him on the scoresheet were Stephan Lichtsteiner, who has now netted in three of the last four home meetings with Parma, Alvaro Morata, whose brace doubled his overall Juventus haul to four, and Fernando Llorente, who has three in three Serie A games.
The win, Juve’s first seven-goal home success since 1983, extends the team’s run of consecutive wins at Juventus Stadium to 24.
Here's a more in-depth look at the main statistics:
Goals for Morata yesterday afternoon, his first double in the black and white stripes of Juventus.
Serie A doubles now for Fernando Llorente, who bagged braces against Cagliari and Livorno last season.
Wins from the last four against Parma in Turin, with an average of 3.75 goals scored per game.
The last time the Bianconeri hit seven Serie A goals at home was back in September 1983, Ascoli the victims.
Shots on goal by Juventus, 12 of which hit the target.
Consecutive encounters without a clean sheet for Parma on Juventus soil (an average of 2.4 goals per game).
Straight home wins at Juventus Stadium, a Serie A record.