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Paul Pogba is a phenomenon. That much is clear after the Frenchman continued to star in the midfield for the Bianconeri.
Unfortunately for Juventini, one of their own in Claudio Marchisio has lost his place as a result of the 20-year-old's fine form.
With Arturo Vidal and Andrea Pirlo sure to star, it is hard to see how Il Principino will come back into Conte's starting lineup.
Pogba was not at his best, but he offers such a huge threat physically, with his long running style that brought about the nickname Polpo Paul (Paul the octopus), that Juve can cut through sides in transition with the French international driving them on.
Now with a tendency to win aerial duels from set pieces and an intelligence to redirect the ball into the path of a teammate, Pogba certainly gives the Bianconeri a new dimension.
This was clear in the first half when Leonardo Bonucci should have scored from a headed pass across the six-yard box from Pogba. With Pirlo's accuracy from set pieces, it is going to become a greater part of the Old Lady's game moving forward.
It is unlikely that Pogba will feel any heat directly from Marchisio any time soon, with Conte making it clear that he is an integral part of his team.
The goal to clinch the win and make it 3-0 was one of the best goals in European football this season. Whether he intended to shoot by flicking the ball up in the first place is another matter.
But having got to the stage where the ball was dropping from above his height, to even think of striking the ball towards goal shows the confidence that this young man has in his ability.
Then Pogba displayed his ball-striking quality, by swiping a volley past Reina before he could even react, leaving Juventini in utter amazement at another glimpse of what will surely become one of Europe's greatest footballers.