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Pablo Osvaldo made his debut for Juve against Verona and he immediately showed what he can do in a cameo performance.
The Azzurri international brings diversity to Juve's attack, by operating inside the penalty area and remaining alive when the Bianconeri manoeuvre the ball from one side of the pitch to the other.
Osvaldo has a wonderful first touch, but, unlike Tevez, he is strong enough to manipulate the position of the defender he is up against to release a team mate into a channel of space inside the penalty area.
Osvaldo combined particularly well when the play was coming from the left, with Kwadwo Asamoah and Paul Pogba performing delicate passes into the striker's feet, before he would return the ball or work a yard of space and unleash a snap shot.
Osvaldo also pulls away from his marker very quickly and with his willingness to take the shot on first time, he was able to strike a post.
More is to come from the player on loan from Southampton, who will tend to play mostly from the start in the Europa League, but it is a promising start.