It's nine goals scored away from home in their last two Eredivisie games for Juventus' opponents in the Champions League, who are now one point ahead of PSV Eindhoven in the standings.
There were four different Ajax goalscorers away at FC Emmen on Wednesday night, in a 5-2 win. Donny van de Beek got the ball rolling after just nine minutes, with Daley Blind then doubling I Lancieri's lead before half-time. David Neres scored twice in the second half on 51' and 60 ', either side of veteran striker, Klaas-Jan Huntelaar's strike as Ajax went into a 5-0 lead. with Nicolas Tagliafico's own-goal and Jafar Arias' goals doing little to affect the final result.
Yesterday, Ajax continued their winning streak with a 4-1 win at Willelm II. Van de Beek again got the Amsterdam side off the mark, scoring after 14 minutes. The hosts equalised 12 minutes later, through on-loan striker, Alexander Isak from the penalty spot, but Ajax got themselves back in front just before half- time after Freek Heerkens own-goal. Joel Veltman made it three soon into the second half, before Hakim Ziyech finished the game off after 70 minutes.
Up next for Ajax: Juventus.