A 4-0 win against Chievo means Juventus have now won 12 matches in a row, matching a record set by Antonio Conte's team of two seasons ago. After a term that started badly, who would have thought that the same players who struggled against the likes of Frosinone would now find themselves at the top of the league table, albeit momentarily as Napoli managed their victory a few hours later.
A team built to compete at all levels, you have to hand it to Juventus, a team made up of so many new players, but that still fights as hard against sides like Chievo Verona as they do against the giants. With Alex Sandro and Sami Khedira two examples of players who refuse to give up on possession, making sliding tackles and throwing themselves wholeheartedly into challenges to win the ball, Juventus' hard work is paying off with the team deservedly accumulating wins.
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