- Juventus vs Frosinone ended in favour of the Old Lady as they remain atop of the table with 66 points
- A goal each from Paul Dybala, Cristiano Ronaldo and Leonardo Bonucci ensured the hosts stretch their unbeaten to 24 matches
- They faceoff with Atletico Madrid on Tuesday for the first leg of their UEFA Champions League round of 16 clash in Spain
Juventus maintain their unbeaten status in the Serie A following their 3-0 win over Frosinone at the Allianz Arena on Friday night.
Argentine forward Paulo Dybala opened scoring for the Old Lady in the sixth minute with a long range shot from a Cristiano Ronaldo's assist.
Eleven minutes later, Leonardo Bonucci doubled the hosts lead after a goal-mouth scramble in the 17th minute.
The visitors came close to reducing their deficit towards the end of the first half of the meeting but their efforts went a bit wide from the goal post.
Former Real Madrid star Ronaldo having made several efforts finally got on the scores sheet in the 63rd minute from a superb finish from close range.
The 33-year-old beautifully converted Mario Mandzukic's square-play from the right flank to earn the home team 3-0 win in front of their home fans.
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And they remain at the summit of the log with 66 points from 24 matches - 14 points better than Napoli (52 points) who are in action later this weekend.
Meanwhile, Ronaldo stretched his Italian League goals to 19 from 24 appearances, and has also assisted eight other goals this campaign.
Juventus will however switch their focus to next week's Champions League first leg round of 16 clash against ultra-defensive Atletico Madrid.
The Italian giants will be hoping they can better their performances this term, having progressed to advanced stages in the last few seasons.
They lost to Real Madrid in the final two seasons back - with Ronaldo scoring an excellent goal to power his former side to victory after regulation period.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Juventus thrashed Sassuolo 3-0 in their Italian League tie on Sunday.
Cristiano Ronaldo, Sami Khedira and Emre Can were the goal scorers in the fixture for the Serie A champions.
They however main their leadership on the log as they edge closer to reclaiming the title they won last term.
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