The first-half statistics for the season are out and they show a clear shift towards a more possession-based style of football.
The Italian league has been dominated by possession, but it’s been far from dominating the league.
It has won just one trophy in the past four seasons, as well as a pair of domestic cup finals.
In the Serie A, however, it has been winning.
The top scorer with 18 goals is Juventus’s Sergio Aguero, who has scored six times.
He has also netted a brace in the previous four matches.
In the Europa League, there is a similar trend.
It’s been a very different league to the one that dominated the last two seasons.
Juventus’s Mario Mandzukic has scored three times in the opening two matches.
He was involved in all three of Juventus’s last four wins and he is the second player to score in each of the last four.
Pochettino has also been happy with his side’s play.
They are now third in the league in shots on target.
They are also fourth in shots from outside the box and are second in the Serie B with seven shots from beyond the penalty area.
With two games to go, they are now the top scorer in the Premier League, with nine goals.
There are many more names on the scoresheet.
Alessandro Florenzi, who scored six in the last game against Sampdoria, is now on 12 goals, while Andrea Barzagli is second with nine.
This season, Juventus has played in all but one of its last 11 games.
They have won all but two.
Miguel Martins, who joined the club in the summer, has scored two goals in the first two games of the season.
Andres Iniesta has scored four times, including a brace.
Milan’s Rossoneri are also unbeaten in their last seven matches and are top of Serie A with a goal difference of +4.
It is a great sign for a team that struggled to get going in the transfer window.
As well as winning the league, it is also the best in Italy.
Italy’s football is not like Europe’s, in which a team can play for many years and not be relegated.
For the most part, the league is a continuation of the old Serie A. Every club has a different style and, although it has its flaws, the big clubs can always rely on the quality of their players and a solid foundation.
That’s a big part of why Juventus has been able to survive and flourish under new boss Giuseppe Marotta.
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