A busy first half was followed up by a relatively drab second half, with nothing changed at the top of the table.
Guess who’s back atop the Serie A table ... even if it is just for one night pending future results.
Old school beat new school and Juventus recorded yet another shutout victory in the process. Could be worse!
Never in doubt, right?
A big, big win at San Siro sees Juventus suddenly within reach of the two Milan clubs atop the Serie A table.
A solid second half across the board allowed Juventus to continue their dominance over Torino in the Derby della Mole.
Not sure it could have been better. But it definitely could have been a lot worse.
There weren’t many style points at the Allianz Stadium, but there also weren’t any massive game-altering mistakes from Juventus, either.
Honestly, last Saturday was a lot more enjoyable.
That was a fun little Saturday, my friends.
It wasn’t all that pretty for much of the proceedings, but at least Juventus didn’t repeat recent history.
That wasn’t what we were hoping for entering the weekend.
Well, that certainly is one way to start a season!
The last preseason friendly of the summer should leave you with some more encouraging feelings.
Well, well, well.
Juve got the win, but didn’t get any help when it came to potentially moving up the table on the final day of the season.
Juve’s season going quietly into the night...
A disappointing end to the Europa League run.
Three points when it could have been worse. I’ll take it.
Big Cat saves Juve’s bacon. Just like we all thought, right?
Lunchtime proved to be a good time for Max Allegri and his squad that now sits in second place.
Wasteful, wasteful and more wasteful.
Thanks for the wasting of my time.
Well, that sucked.
A very nice end to a very nice day.
What a waste of a couple of hours if you ask me.
Just another relaxing night at the Allianz, right?
Well, that was less than ideal.
It was not pretty. The good thing is that Juve’s goal was.
Well that was nerve-wracking but quite enjoyable!