For the fourth time in Serie A, Massimliano Allegri will take his side to the Olimpico in Rome to face Lazio on Saturday night. All three previous times, Allegri has left the famous stadium smiling with three points in hand.
#LazioJuve: Joy for Allegri at the Olimpico
Pogba-Tevez-Pogba. They were the heroes on this day at the Olimpico with three brilliant goals in the 24th, 55th and 64th minute. Firstly, it was El Apache as provider sending in a delightful ball to Pogba with which the Frenchman made no mistake.
Then, Claudio Marchisio rewarded Tevez who promptly put it in the back of the net in the 64th minute while Pereyra found Pogba for his second in a very simliar goal to Tevez's.
The comprehensive win saw the Bianconeri hold Lazio off the scoresheet for the first time in seven games in a first Stadio Olimpico triumph for Allegri over Lazio.
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A fifth consecutive win in the 2015/16 Serie A season came on matchday 15 at the Olimpico. On the day in which Gianluigi Buffon celebrated his 400th Serie A match in a Juventus jersey, the hero of the match was Paulo Dybala who not only scored a great goal but dictated the match in many ways.
Paired up top with Mario Mandzukic, La Joya ran the show in front of a five-man midfield of Alex Sandro, Stephan Lichsteiner, Claudio Marchisio, Kwadwo Asamoah and Stefano Sturaro.
While Lazio held more possession, it was Juve who were decisive with their chances as Dybala moved to seven goals on the year in the same amount of games it took Tevez in his first Bianconero season.
Again it was Mandzukic and Dybala up front, this time on matchday two of the 2016/17 season while a pair of Brazilians were on the wings in Dani Alves and Alex Sandro.
Lazio held a slight advantage in possession but Juve led in shots by a 13-6 count and took the advantage in the 66th minute through an expertly-placed effort.