Three goals, three more precious points. Pescara were the visitors to Juventus Stadium on 19 November and sure enough the newly-promoted side became the 23rd team in a row to lose at the home of the Bianconeri.
Massimiliano Allegri's men took a seven-point lead at the top of the Serie A table after this result and the performance of his men, with Mario Mandzukic standing out on the night, proved exactly why.
The Croatian's sharp one-two with Sami Khedira set up the German for a precise finish across goalkeeper Bizzarri on 36 minutes before the pair combined again with roles reversed shortly after half-time, Mandzukic guiding in Khedira's header.
A late long-range strike from Hernanes would give the scoreline an even healthier look moments later as the Bianconeri cruised to victory in the second period.
There was even time for a little slice of history: Moise Kean's appearance from the substitute's bench made him the youngest player to ever represent Juventus in a Serie A fixture.