The strength of great teams is their ability to keep fighting until the last moment, to grab the goals when the pressure has increased and secure maximum points. In Gazzetta dello Sport's latest analytical piece, they note Juve's effectiveness when it comes to scoring winning goals in the last 15 minutes of a match.
The Bianconeri have secured maximum points in the final stage of a game on four occasions this season, against Torino, Napoli, Fiorentina and Roma -- all top sides who knew how to frustrate the Bianconeri for large stretches of the game. Scoring in the final 15 minutes of a game was a highly respected feature of Antonio Conte's Juve. His side managed 42 goals in the latter stages of the match during his three-year tenure at the club. Now with Massimiliano Allegri, the club still maintain that ability to resolve a tough match after conceding disheartening late goals earlier this season, against the likes of Udinese and Frosinone.
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