Juventus’ Primavera made sure of staying top of the league this weekend by recording a convincing 4-0 victory away to Spezia this afternoon.
The Bianconeri came out of the traps quickly and created a number of noteworthy opportunities before Luca Clemenza opened the scoring with a well-struck free-kick from more than 25 yards.
Just four minutes after the break, the visitors doubled their lead, as Claudio Zappa set up Guido Vadalà for the Argentine’s first goal since arriving in the summer from Boca Juniors.
By this point, Fabio Grosso’s young guns always looked comfortable with their advantage and they would add to their tally once more in the 73rd minute, when Andrea Favilli capped off a fine move, which began with Clemenza’s backheel to Roman Macek, the Czech winger whipping in a pinpoint cross for the powerful forward to fire home for his eighth of the season.
With just seven minutes remaining, Clemenza completed his brace on the afternoon, sending an accurate shot past Spezia keeper Andrea Fontana following a neat exchange with Nicolò Pozzebon in the build-up.
The win sees the Primavera move up to 28 points in the table and they’ll be keen to extend their five-match winning streak in their final fixture of 2015, when they entertain Genoa next Saturday in Vinovo.