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Juventus vs. Atalanta: 5 Things We Learned from Juve's Comfortable Win
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In a game that was never really a contest, Juventus defeated Atalanta Bergamo at the Juventus Stadium on Sunday by a score of three goals to nil.

Mirko Vucinic opened the scoring in the second minute after a beautifully executed one-two with Sebastian Giovinco. Andrea Pirlo doubled the lead with a vintage free kick, and Claudio Marchisio iced the win with a long-range effort that took a slight deflection.

Atalanta finished the game with 10 men, as Thomas Manfredini was sent off before the half with his second yellow card.

Juventus didn't push for additional goals after the break, electing to run out the clock.

Here are five things we learned from the Bianconeri's easy win.

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