The Bianconeri failed to capitalize in the final third for most of the night, leaving the door open for a late goal as Sassuolo grabbed its first ever victory in Turin.
Coach unhappy with his players after second home defeat of the season, this time to Sassuolo
Pain. More and more pain.
Home again. Ah, we’re home again.
Juventus made its first trip of the season to the San Siro and came away with a point despite not playing at its best, 1a result that extended the current unbeaten run under Max Allegri to nine games.
Juventus face a challenging midweek game against Sassuolo
Coach’s comments after hard-earned point at the San Siro
Some last-minute help from VAR and the left foot of Paulo Dybala allows Juventus to head back from Milan with a point in their pocket.
Coach’s comments ahead of big Derby D’Italia clash on Sunday
Good news — seriously!
Juventus left it late in St. Petersburg but it was two rotation players that connected for the game winner to keep the Old Lady perfect in Europe through three matchdays.
Coach’s comments after Juve pick up three points from trip to Zenit
That scoreline is looking awfully familiar over the last few weeks.
Coach previews first of two Champions League clashes against Zenit
Juventus marked its return to the field after the October international break with another Allegri special, beating Roma 1-0 to continue their winning ways against Jose Mourinho’s squad at Allianz Stadium.
It was quite the strategic battle at Allianz Stadium on Sunday, but Max Allegri got the last laugh with his defense securing another clean sheet in a win over Roma.
Coach’s comments after a thrilling game goes Juve’s way
Coach’s comments ahead of Sunday’s clash between the two big sides
We had some questions for our Roma fan friend of the blog, and thankfully he was nice enough to answer them.
Injuries or not, Sunday's match against Juventus is perhaps the most winnable trip to the Allianz Roma has ever faced. To get some insight into the Juve perspective, we turned to our friends at Black, White & Read All Over
And he’s not leaving, either! Bonus points!
There were lots of good things, except for the final score.
The second international break is a good time to have a chat about where the team is headed
It’s the back half of the October international break, which means Juventus is close to returning to the field once again. And it just so happens an old "friend" is coming back to Turin for the first time in a few years.