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      09.03.2019 10:00 - in: Serie A S

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      Five key points from the Bianconeri's win at Allianz Stadium

      The Bianconeri's march at the top of Serie A continues, thanks to a splendid 4-1 win over Udinese on Friday night, in what was the 200th Juventus match at Allianz Stadium

      Here are the key points from the game:

      1. 159 wins

      Last night's game was the 200th Juventus home match at the Stadium in all competitions, starting from from its inauguration in 2011/12, with the first game in fact a 4-1 win over Parma. In total the Bianconeri have recorded 159 victories in their home.

      2. MOISE KEAN - REMEMBER THE NAME

      At 19 years and eight days, Moise Kean is Juventus' youngest player to score at least two goals in a Serie A match, since Giuseppe Galderisi (18 years, 329 days) in February 1982.

      Kean also found the back of the net in both games that the young forward has started in this season, with the other coming away at Bologna in the Coppa Italia in January. In fact the number 18's goal came with his first touch in the match.

      3. GOALS GALORE AT THE ALLIANZ

      Juventus have scored at least three goals in four consecutive games in Serie A for the first time since 2014.

      4. YOUNGEST XI

      That line-up that was fielded by Massimiliano Allegri vs Udinese was the youngest starting XI for the Bianconeri in this Serie A campaign at 27 years, 104 days.

      5. DOUBLE CAN

      Emre Can hasn't scored in two consecutive league games since November 2016, in the midfielder's Liverpool days in the Premier League.

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