Pay per head services saw that Juve had to work hard for their win against a Parma side who had gone 17 league games without losing.
A first-half double by Carlos Tevez gave a lead to the hosts, before Parma pulled back a goal in an impressive fashion with a volley from Cristian Molinaro, former Juve defender who’s very well known with price per head services.
Then Amauri was sent-off for Parma after an elbow on Giorgio Chiellini as the Serie A leaders held on to restore their 14-point lead at the top.
Pay per head services were very happy to see that the victory marked a Serie A record 15th consecutive home league win for Juve, a feat that was achieved despite injuries to the likes of Federico Peluso, Angelo Ogbonna, and Andrea Barzagli.
And price per head services saw that Conte, who had no choice but to contend with a packed schedule due to their participation in the UEFA Europa League, was delighted with his players’ performance.
“This was a wonderful important victory against a team that was unbeaten in 17 rounds and they showed their strength again,” Conte told Sky Sport Italia.
“You don’t put up a run like that if you don’t have quality. Let’s not forget we are in an emergency situation, so I have run out of words to praise these lads for playing every three days with no space for squad rotation.
“I am well aware they are pushing all the way and some need to rest, but at the moment we can’t afford to do that.
“So far the campaign has been extraordinary, but as I always say records aren’t worth much if you don’t get something tangible at the end of it.
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“These players deserve a trophy, as often they even surprise me.”