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      30.05.2019 16:23 - in: Serie A S

      #SeasonReview: the facts from a #W8NDERFUL season

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      Numbers and facts on the Bianconeri's season

      Eight in a row, five match days in advance; here is the data from our season that reveal all about the #W8NDERFUL Scudetto season.

      Juventus have won eight league titles in a row, setting the new record for consecutive titles in the five major European leagues - improving their own streak and that of Lyon between 2001/02 to 2007/08 (seven in a row).

      Juventus won the Scudetto with five match days to spare: no team has done better in a three-points per victory Serie A campaign (since 1994/95), equaling Inter’s record in 2006/07.

      Cristiano Ronaldo, between September 2018 and February 2019, scored on nine consecutive Serie A trips: no player in the era of three points to a victory has ever succeeded such a statistic.

      Moise Kean is the player with the best average of goals in Serie A 2018/19: one goal every 89 minutes played. Kean is the third youngest player in history to score more than six goals in Serie A with the Juventus shirt (after Bruno Nicolè and Felice Borel).

      Not only:

      João Cancelo is the defender to have completed more dribbles (61) than anyone else in 2018/19 Serie A season. 

      Since arriving in Serie A (2011/12 season), Miralem Pjanic has scored 16 direct free-kick goals, at least four more than any player in the same period.

      FINAL NUMBERS

      The above is a detailed classification at the end of Serie A, while below it is possible to compare the data of Juve with those of all the other teams in the league.

      Finally, some interesting facts: 56.2% is the average ball possession of the Bianconeri, who have undergone 113 shots, deployed a different starting XI in each game, with an average age of 28 years and 225 days.

      The Bianconeri gained 22 points from being in disadvantage, scored 23 times off a free-kick, seven from a penalty, and spent 282 days in first place. That is 100% of the time.

      The fastest goal? That of Dybala, against Cagliari, on 3 November 2018 at the Allianz Stadium, arrived after only 42 seconds.

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