The first seven Serie A match days see Juventus at the top of the table with 19 points, one more than Inter, who they leapfrogged after the direct confrontation on Sunday evening at San Siro. In third place is Atalanta with 16 points, followed by Napoli with 13.
Numbers going into the international break
The Bianconeri have scored 13 goals in the league, conceding six: only Inter (4) and Hellas Verona (5) have conceded less. Juventus can boast a very fluid style of play, with a precision of passages equal to 86.95%, and an average possession of the ball at 57.52%: the team of Mr. Sarri has shot at goal 40 times. Juventus have made 3271 passes so far, only Napoli (3558) and Inter (3385) are ahead in this ranking.
Cristiano Ronaldo is the Serie A player who has fired at goal a total of 36 times this season. Like him, only Fiorentina's Federico Chiesa has cumulated everything. At Juventus, Dybala (18) and Higuain (9) fall behind the Portuguese striker. Among the Italian champions, Miralem Pjanic is at the top of number rankings: he is first in the amount of passes made (473) followed by Alex Sandro with (327), balls recovered (54) and crosses made (17) tied with Matuidi. Looking at the whole of Serie A, the Bosnian midfielder is second in number of balls played (608): in front of him is Inter's Marcelo Brozovic with 695.
At Juventus, no one beats Blaise Matuidi with battles won (13), while with opportunities created (including assists) with 9, there is a quartet formed by the Frenchman himself, Alex Sandro, Ronaldo and Higuain. Paulo Dybala is the one who managed to perform more dribbles (12), one more than Ronaldo and four more than Higuain and Alex Sandro.
Finally in terms of goals scored: CR7 leads the pack with three strikes, followed by Higuain and Pjanic (2) and one for Dybala, Danilo, Ramsey and Chiellini.