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      25.02.2019 10:00 - in: Serie A S

      Talking Points: #BolognaJuve

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      The Bianconeri maintained their unbeaten run in Serie A by defeating Bologna at Renato Dall’Ara on Sunday afternoon.

      Massimiliano Allegri’s men ensured they maintained their 13-point distance at the top of the league table, and in doing so, they broke a record along the way.

      Here are five talking points from the game in Bologna:

      UNBEATEN ON THE ROAD

      The 1-0 win over the Rossoblu saw the Bianconeri equal their longest unbeaten run in Serie A of 25 games. The last time they did this was in 2012. They have also won 11 of their 12 away games in Serie A this season.

      22 OUT OF 25

      The Bianconeri are the first team who have managed to win 22 games after 25 Serie A match days, drawing just three times this season to Genoa, Atalanta and Parma.

      DYBALA ENDS AWAY RUN DROUGHT

      After scoring a spectacular goal at home against Frosinone two weeks ago, Dybala has now managed to find the back of the net on foreign soil for the first time since April against Benevento, which ended with him bagging a hat-trick. Over the course of the 2017/18 season, La Joya scored a total of 12 away goals.

      UNDEFEATED AGAINST BOLOGNA & MIHAJLOVIC

      The victory against Bologna meant that Massimiliano Allegri kept his undefeated record against both Bologna and Sinisa Mihajlovic as a coach intact. Against the Rossoblu, Allegri has won 15 and drawn four, while losing none. Against the Serbian tactician, the tactician has faced him on 14 occasions, winning 11 and drawing three.

      CHIELLO INCHES CLOSER TO 500

      Giorgio Chiellini’s substitute appearance against Bologna meant that he is drawing closer to making his 500th appearance for Juventus. He could make it as early as Udinese, should he feature against Napoli and the Friuli club.

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