JUVENTUS have enjoyed quite a 2016-17… and nothing summed it up quite like the 2-0 Champions League win away to Ligue 1 leaders Monaco on Wednesday.
In keeping a clean sheet – their fifth in a row in the knockout stages and sixth overall – they moved to within one of a record Arsenal have held for 11 years.
In fact, the last time Juventus conceded in Europe, Barack Obama was still president, when they won 3-1 away to Sevilla.
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Despite the formidable defensive ranks of Gianluigi Buffon, Giorgio Chiellini, Leonardo Bonucci and Co, the Serie A giants have been flying at the other end too.
Incredibly, Juve have now won five Serie A titles in a row – taking home the league crown every season since their move from the Stadio delle Alpi to the Juventus Stadium.
Massimiliano Allegri’s men can even clinch an outrageous SIXTH title in a row if they win against local rivals Torino at home on Saturday.
Currently, the Turin outfit sit nine points clear of Roma with four games to play.
They’re not only dominating the league standings either… as Juventus are hoping to win their THIRD Coppa Italia in a row against Lazio next month.
After already knocking out Barcelona and stunning Monaco at the Stade Louis II on Wednesday, Juve are also hoping to win their first Champions League since 1995-96.
The Italians have finished runners-up in Europe’s elite competition FOUR times since that win…
But in their current form, you wouldn’t bet against them beating Real Madrid in the final – with both teams in pole position to reach the showdown in Cardiff.
After all, check out their record in the 2016-17 season in all competitions so far…
With the Serie A-Champions League-Coppa Italia treble still very much on, 2016-17 could become Juventus’ greatest ever.