TURIN, NETRALNEWS.COM – Although left behind from Napoli, both in the number of points or goals, at least Juventus front line in this season may show off. Scoring 20 goals from seven initial parties became the club's best record since the 1959-1960 season.
To add to the sharpness of the attacking lineup that Mario Mandzukic, Gonzalo Higuain and Paulo Dybala have occupied, the Bianconeri last summer spent quite a hefty transfer budget to land Federico Bernardeschi from Fiorentina and Douglas Costa from Bayern Munich.
This strategy was considered to run pretty well considering Juventus was able to penetrate the opponent's box for 20 times in seven games. Or, on average in every match, the lineup of Juventus striker scored 2.85 goals. Of the 20 goals, 50 percent or 10 goals were made by Dybala who now stands on the top of the list of top scorers.
The record was claimed to be the best since the 1956-1960 season where at the end of the season Juventus appeared as a champion of Serie A by gaining 94 goals from 34 matches or an average of 2.76 goals per party.
In addition to being efficient on the front line, Juventus back line that has lost Leonardo Bonucci, still practically is deemed solid. Of seven goal session, Gianluigi Buffon only conceded five goals or an average of 0.71 goals per game.
After all, all goals that stopped at the goalkeeper Buffon happened on away games. Since the first week of the 2015-2016 season, Juventus have never swallowed defeat in home games. This season, from four home parties, Juventus scored 11 goals without conceding (11-0).