After completing a move to Turin last summer, Carlos Tevez’s strong performances instantly made him a vital cog in the Bianconeri’s third successive Scudetto-winning machine, with 21 goals in 48 games lifting his new team to a historic triumph.
Commanding an average of 0.44 goals per match, Tevez’s fleet-footed movements and composure in the final third struck terror into the hearts of opposition rearguards.
And the fear factor surrounding the Argentine assassin has increased even further this year, following a sensational start to his second campaign in the black and white stripes.
Now boasting an average of 1.14 goals per game, Tevez’s eight strikes in seven appearances (Serie A and Champions League) have shot him to the summit of the division’s top scorer charts.
A deeper look into the statistics reveals he has dispatched a total of 18 efforts on goal, ten of which have hit the target, making him a constant menace to opposition goalkeepers.
Such blistering early form saw him crowned as the deserved winner of Hanwha’s MVP for September award, an accolade voted for by Juventus Members.
More facts and figure from Tevez’s introduction to the 2014/15 term can be found by looking at his Juventus.com profile.