Juventus continued their 100% start in the Serie A, after clinching a 1-0 win over Lazio at the Stadio Olimpico on Saturday night.
A second half strike from Sami Khedira was enough to seal victory for the visitors, making it two straight wins for Massimiliano Allegri’s side.
Paulo Dybala nearly gave Juventus the lead after nine minutes gone, latching onto an Alex Sandro cross inside the area, connecting a header towards the bottom right corner, but was denied by goalkeeper Federico Marchetti.
Old Lady continued to press after a quarter of the match gone, after a solo run by Sandro towards the opposition box, forcing an interception by the defender.
Lazio goalkeeper Federico Marchetti pulled off a terrific save to deny Kwadwo Asamoah after unleashing a shot towards the top left corner, with the keeper making an agile save to deny the visitors the lead after half an hour played.
The home side’s best opportunity of the half came to Ciro Immobile a few minutes before the interval, who was through on goal, however, keeper Gianluigi Buffon raced off his line with a diving interception.
Into the second period, Lazio started off the brighter after a teasing pass from Jordan Lukaku inside the box, with the defender thwarting the ball away from danger.
On the hour, head coach Simone Inzaghi made his first substitution of the match bringing off Senad Lulic and was replaced by Sergej Milinkovic-Savic for the home team.
At the other end, the Bianconeri were also forced into making a change bringing on Gonzalo Higuain in place of Mario Mandzukic in an attacking change.
Juventus took the lead just minutes later; Paulo Dybala produced an inch perfect pass to find Sami Khedira inside the area, and fired his shot low into the bottom left corner.
Patric Gabarron nearly drew Lazio level in the remaining 15 minutes, finding himself some space in the penalty area, striking his shot inches over the crossbar.
Gianluigi Buffon pulled off a great save to keep Juve’s lead intact, denying a Marco Parolo shot towards the middle of the goal with three minutes left.
Three minutes of stoppage time was added at the Stadio Olimpico, with the match finishing 1-0 to Juventus for their second straight win in Serie A.