Between the title race and the Champions League, whilst also playing their first match of the season in the Coppa Italia, from Naples to Athens, with important matches also to play at home. Juve had an intense December to close out the first part of the year of #MY7H.
Making of MY7H: December
Arguably the biggest match so far this season, Juve take on Napoli at the San Paolo with the Neopolitans currently leading the standings by four points. A vital game in store for the Bianconeri..
A tough game is opened up in the 12th minute, and there's no surprises for guessing the goalscorer:
The Bianconeri held on to claim a huge win to cut the gap to just a point at the top.
Olympiacos awaited Juve next as the Bianconeri travelled to Athens to play in their final Champions League group match:
A goal in each half from Juan Cuadrado and Federico Bernardeschi sealed a 0-2 win for the Bianconeri!
The result meant that Juventus had sealed qualification for the Champions League Last 16:
On 9 December Juve and Inter drew 0-0 in the Derby d'Italia, before travelling on the road to Bologna going on to record a 0-3 win, with the goals scored by Miralem Pjanic, Mario Mandzukic and Blaise Matuidi who got his first for the club.
The last few days of the year were particularly intense for Juventus, who first made their first outing of the season in the Coppa Italia, as Higuain and Dybala got on the scoresheet, as Juve advanced to the quarter-finals with a 2-0 win
There was a big game just before Christmas, as Juve took on Roma at the Allianz Stadium.
Former Roma player, Medhi Benatia got the Bianconeri up and running after 18 minutes:
Wojciech Szczesny was in inspired form on the night, making several key saves including a one-on-one save in stoppage time.
The Bianconeri held on to claim all three points and give the Juve fans an early Christmas present with a 1-0 win:
It was also time for celebration, as no Black and White Christmas could be complete without Juventus:
La Vecchia Signora played away to Hellas Verona on 30 December, as they closed out the year with a 1-3 win. Matuidi opened the scoring, and Dybala scored a second half brace for Juve to head into the new year with another three points behind them.
Like the end of every new year, we close it out by wishing for a happy 2018 for every Juventus fan worldwide and everybody connected to the club.