Juan Cuadrado and Paulo Dybala each scored in the final 17 minutes as Juventus topped newly-promoted Frosinone Calcio 2-0 for the club’s 14th straight Serie A win, a club record. Juventus bossed much of the game despite their inability to score
The streak began on October 31 with a 2-1 win over Torino that lifted the club off 12th position. Now, they sit just two back of Napoli for the top spot. During that span, the club’s only loss in all competitions was a 1-0 defeat on the road at Sevilla in Champions league play in early December.
All this winning has brought them from a poor start that left them dead in the water to title challengers yet again.
Trailing Napoli by two points for the top spot in the table, Juventus heads to Stadio San Paolo for a big matchup with the Serie A lead at stake.