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Sami Khedira's hat trick shows Juventus' attack is the best defence

Sami Khedira scored two of his three goals vs. Udinese when Juventus were down a man.

You're a goal up but you have to face the next hour or so with a man down away from home. Most teams hunker down and hope for the best, praying they don't unravel. But Juventus went for it at Udinese and ended up winning 6-2 on the back of an improbable Sami Khedira hat trick.

You don't necessarily want to call it a turning point -- it's not as if Juve were imploding, though they remain a work in progress -- but it's a testament to the team's self-belief, unity and resources that they stormed back...

 By Mina Rzouki

Sami Khedira 9/10 as 10-man Juventus rally from behind to rout Udinese

Despite playing with 10 men for 64 minutes, Juventus crushed Udinese courtesy of Sami Khedira's first career hat trick.
Despite playing with 10 men for 64 minutes, Juventus crushed Udinese courtesy of Sami Khedira's first career hat trick.
Sami Khedira turned in his best game for Juventus as they ran out big winners vs. Udinese.

Juventus went 1-0 down but fought to win 6-2 away at Udinese despite losing a man to a red card. A match played with heart and determination, the travelling fans were treated to a glimpse of the old Juve we recognise from last season.

Shambolic defending allowed Udinese to score a quick goal and the Bianconeri's fragility at the back was consistently exposed. However, Juve refused to accept a defeat after losing Mario Mandzukic to a red card and exposed Udinese's awful defending to score six...

 By Mina Rzouki

Juventus need Dybala and Costa to lead from the front starting at Udinese

Massimiliano Allegri defended the form of Paulo Dybala after the striker missed key penalties in recent weeks.

It was last week that Italian media and this blog discussed Douglas Costa and his slow start at Juve, struggling to provide the decisive action required to make the impact expected. The player responded in the best way possible, scoring the goal against Lazio before delivering the winning assist against Sporting Lisbon to earn the precious three points in the Champions League. 

Boasting speed and enviable technique, Costa had to come good at some point. Italian tactics are hard to integrate...

 By Mina Rzouki

Selfless Mario Mandzukic rewarded by scoring late winner vs. Sporting

Mario Mandzukic's header in the 84th minute propelled Juventus past Sporting and secured all three points in Group D.
Relive the best moments from Wednesday's Matchday 3 action in the Champions League.
Juve boss Massimiliano Allegri says the only important thing about his side's narrow win over Sporting was the three points.

It was tight and Juventus left it late but Mario Mandzukic scored the winning goal to defeat Sporting Lisbon 2-1 and help Juve return to winning ways.

Running several risks at the back, it wasn't long before Sporting took control of the game and began to threaten Juve, forcing the Italians into a bizarre mistake that led to an own goal.

Showing fighting spirit, the Bianconeri pushed and equalised soon after but never looked in control of the game with the Portuguese side winning back possession...

 By Mina Rzouki

Juventus need to break poor form vs. Sporting in Champions League

Massimiliano Allegri defended the form of Paulo Dybala after the striker missed key penalties in recent weeks.

There is an air of familiarity about Juventus' latest crisis. Having dropped five points in the past two games and surrendered to their first defeat at home since Aug. 2015, is Massimiliano Allegri's team really the best in Italy?

It's amazing how many times Juve find themselves depressed at the start of a season. The squad either struggle to win European matches, struggle to dominate league games or play such dull, hopeless football that followers once again to engage in the tired debate of why...