Juventus breeze through to the next round of the Italian Cup.
Juventus have domianted Italian football in recent years and that was underlined this evening as a youthful Old Lady took apart Serie A rivals Hellas Verona on a comfortable evening in Turin for the Italian champions.
The Coppa Italia tie always looked like a home banker and things were underway for Massimiliano Allegri’s side early on when fringe man Sebastian Giovinco bent home a glorious free kick.
One of the youngsters given a chance by Allegri was forward Roberto Pereyra, and he opened his Juventus account with a glorious solo strike before half time, whilst Giovinco got his second to make it 3-0 at the break.
The goals continued to rain in after the break, with Paul Pogba getting on the scoresheet with a goal that was either extremely scrappy or a glorious piece of improvisation by the Frenchman.
Nene pulled one back for the visitors before Alvaro Morata slammed home a penalty and another youngster, midfielder Kingsley Coman, bagged his first goal for the club with a belting long range strike.