Serie A round-up: Juventus keep 100 per cent record

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Serie A round-up: Juventus keep 100 per cent record

Dybala opened the scoring at Juventus Stadium before Ronaldo provided an assist for Blaise Matuidi to double the Bianconeri's lead, and Allegri praised his side's attacking display in their sixth consecutive Serie A victory.

In the first round of the championship of Italy against "Chievo" Federico Bernardeschi the winning goal was scored in injury time, and with "Frosinone" Cristiano Ronaldo the decisive goal only spent in the 81st minute. Ronaldo nearly scored but saw a fierce shot saved by Bologna goalkeeper Lukasz Skorupski.

"There's a lot of compliments for what the boys did", added the coach, who must prepare his side to face title rivals Napoli in Turin on Saturday.

Lazio are third, a further three points adrift, after their fourth win on the trot 2-1 against Udinese ahead of this weekend's Roman derby against Roma.

Bram Nuytinck pulled one back in Udine with an overhead kick ten minutes from time. "We hope to make it".

AS Roma ended a five-match winless run in all competitions by thumping Frosinone 4-0 with Cengiz Under, Javier Pastore, Stephan El Shaarawy and Aleksandar Kolarov sharing the goals. It is appealing the decision.

Looking at the group as a whole, Dybala spoke of the reinforcements made over the summer: "Big players have arrived at the club and we'll find out if Juventus are now the strongest team".

The Old Lady won 2-0 over Bologna, with Dybala opening the scoring, before Ronaldo assisted Matuidi's strike. "It was important not to concede, now we look forward to Napoli".

"The understanding with Dybala was good tonight.the more they play together the better it becomes, which is natural".

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