Dominant Juventus now Europe's best with Cristiano - Inzaghi

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Roma ran riot against Frosinone to ease some of the pressure building on head coach Eusebio Di Francesco, with a 4-0 win at the Stadio Olimpico ending a winless spell that lasted over a month.

Juve's opener came as Dybala headed Leonardo Bonucci's long pass forward into the path of Matuidi, who saw his shot saved by Lukasz Skorupski.

Dybala opened the scoring at Juventus Stadium before Ronaldo provided an assist for Blaise Matuidi to double the Bianconeri's lead, and Allegri praised his side's attacking display in their sixth consecutive Serie A victory.

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Looking at the group as a whole, Dybala spoke of the reinforcements made over the summer: "Big players have arrived at the club and we'll find out if Juventus are now the strongest team". In that season Juventus have won 25 wins in 34 games and became the triple champion of the country.

Carlo Ancelotti rotated his squad completely with nine changes ahead of the weekend game in Turin and hosting Liverpool in the Champions League.

"In Italy the championship is much more hard because they (the opposition) double up, but from this, we always get an advantage because we play with eleven and somebody remains free".

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Lazio had to cling on, however, after Bram Nuytinck pulled one back with an overhead kick with 10 minutes left.

Roma are tenth with eight points, with Frosinone second from bottom having conceded 16 goals this season. Kolarov capped the win three minutes from fulltime.

"This is a starting point".

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Inter Milan moved towards the top of the table with a 2-1 win over Fiorentina on Tuesday, with AC Milan playing at Empoli on Thursday.