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    Juventus
      16.12.2018 10:00 - in: Serie A S

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      Five key points from the Derby della Mole

      The Derby della Mole is Bianconero!

      Juventus beat Torino 1-0, thanks to a penalty scored by Cristiano Ronaldo in the 70th minute of the match, with CR7's goal unlocking what had been a fairly balanced game between the two up until that point.

      Here is the key data from the match:

      1. 46 IN 16

      It's now 46 points after 16 Serie A matches for Juventus, which equalled the record in the top five European leagues in the three-points-per-game era (Barcelona 2012/13 and Manchester City 2017/18).

      2. AWAY WINS

      Juventus have matched their best consecutive away win record in their history in Serie A (eight).

      The Bianconeri have also won all of their last three matches against Torino in the league with a total score of 6-0.

      3. SERIE A GOAL 5,000!
      4. CR7'S GOALS

      Cristiano Ronaldo now has 11 league goals, as well five assists, having taken an active part in 49% of Juve's goals in this Serie A. CR7 has a 100% record from the spot for the Bianconeri, converting all three penalties in the league he has taken.

      5. A DIFFICULT DERBY

      Juve only had 12 shots in total in the Derby della Mole, the Bianconeri haven't won a Serie A match with so few shots since March against Milan at home (seven shots).

      There were 75.4% successful passes, a negative record in Serie A for the Bianconeri since last February (vs Fiorentina).

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