Juventus have collected 66 points in this current Serie A season, a joint-record for a team at this stage of the competition, considering three points per win. Massimiliano Allegri’s men have impressively dropped only three points throughout the league campaign.
Talking Points: #JuveFrosinone
Leonardo Bonucci is one of only five defenders to score at least two goals in each of the last six seasons in Europe’s top five leagues, seeing him join the likes of Sergio Ramos, Marcelo, Gerard Piqué and Laurent Koscielny.
Cristiano Ronaldo has both scored and provided an assist for three consecutive league games for the second time in his career - the first with Real Madrid in November 2014.
So good is CR7’s form this season, that he has delivered the joint-most assists in the current Serie A season (eight). He has also been involved in 52% of Juventus’ goals in the league this season (27 out of 52).
Paulo Dybala’s opening goal versus Frosinone was the first time he had scored with a shot from outside the box in Serie A since March 2018, against AC Milan. Five of Dybala’s last six goals scored from outside the box in Serie A has been scored in the opening 16 minutes of play.