The reigning champions defeated the visitors 4-1 in a very entertaining encounter
Juventus are on course to winning the Serie A yet again Paulo Dybala opened the scoring with a left footed shot from the centre of the box to the high centre of the goal in the 4th minute to help the host start the game on a high
It would have been two nill seven minutes later when Rodrigo Bentancur’s header flashed wide the goal after a deft pass by Miralem Pjanic.
It was 2-0 on the half-hour mark when Juan Cuadrado’s rifled a left-footer into bottom left corner after being assisted by Cristiano Ronaldo
However Torino stunned the hosts with a well taken spot-kick after Matthijs de Ligt handled Simone Verdi’s shot in the box. After VAR review, it was a penalty which was eventually slotted home by Andrea Beloti to set up a tantalizing second half.
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Both teams went into the break with the hosts leading 2-1. Furthermore, Juventus took the game beyond the visitors when Cristiano Ronaldo scored a trademark freekick in the 61st minute to make it goal number 25 in the Serie A. The Portuguese becomes the first Juventus player to reach such feat in a season since 1961. And then an own-goal from Koffi Djidji completed the rout. It Counted Juventus 4-1 against Torino
The Old Lady take all three points and are now five points clear at the top of the summit with 75 points, however second placed who face AC Milan later have 68.
The news earlier reported that Juventus legends Gianluigi Buffon and Giorgio Chiellini have signed a new one year contract to remain at the club until 2021. The Old Lady confirmed the development on their official Twitter handle as they look to keep their veterans at the Allianz Stadium for one more season.
Former Real Madrid star reveals how Mourinho almost ‘killed’ Ronaldo despite scoring a hat-trick By the end of their new deal, Buffon would have clocked 43, while the rock-solid defender will be close to celebrating his 37th birthday.
Morealso, the club confirmed that the new deal was a reward for their loyalty to the club over the years.