Another Serie A game, another win for Juventus -- their club-record 14th in a row -- who defeated a spirited Frosinone 2-0 to keep pace with Napoli atop the table. Much like Genoa, Roberto Stellone's team adopted a physically defensive approach to frustrate the Bianconeri for as long as they could before the technical superiority of Massimiliano Allegri's men broke the deadlock.
In matches such as these, it's very difficult to play champagne football. Frosinone were desperate to spring a surprise, encouraged by the point they collected at Juve's stadium in September. Blocking all avenues and doubling up on Juve's forwards, Allegri's team struggled to play high up the pitch, often forced to retreat.
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