Juve extended their lead at the top of the Serie A table to four points with a compounding 3-1 win against Milan, here are the main match facts and stats from the thrilling encounter.
Juve-Milan: Talking points
The Bianconeri's win over Milan sent the league leaders go even further ahead at the top, as Juve saw their lead extend to plus four after Napoli drew 1-1 away at Sassuolo earlier in the day.
Juve's win saw them stretch their home unbeaten Serie A streak to 10 games, with their last defeat coming against Lazio back in October. It also marked a sixth consecutive home league victory, with 17 unbeaten in total in the league now.
Sami Khedira's goal was the German's seventh of the season, which equals his best-ever goalscoring season since nine seasons ago with Stuttgart. Khedira's goal adds to his first-ever hat-trick away at Udinese, his brace against Sassuolo and a strike against Chievo Verona.
Juan Cuadrado's pinpoint diving header on his return to action continued a trend of the Colombian's decisiveness in the league.
In 10 Serie A games in which Cuadrado has netted, Juve have won all 10, with the Juve winger scoring against 10 different teams with strikes against Torino, Fiorentina, Frosinone, Palermo, Inter, Sampdoria, Genoa, SPAL, Benevento and Milan.
Juventus continue to boast a 100% record over Milan at the Allianz Stadium, with seven victories out of seven against La Diavola. Their first coming with a 2-0 win in the stadium's inaugural season in 2011/12 with two efforts from Claudio Marchisio.