Juventus seal a 2-0 win as Vlahovic and Zakaria Scored on their debut.
The hosts made a rapid start in this one: within 15 minutes, Vlahovic marked his debut in style with a brilliant lob over Montipo.
Verona stayed in the game and had plenty of possession and territory Without reward.
Lasagna had the visitors’ best chance, but Keeper blocked his shot from a tight angle.
And a second Juventus debutant took the game away from Verona after half-time when Zakaria cooly finished beyond Montipo after excellent work from Dybala.
Juventus kept it tight from there and secured an important win.
Vlahovic has now scored 18 goals in Serie A.
JUVENTUS (4-3-1-2): Wojciech Szczesny;
Danilo, Matthijs de Ligt, Giorgio Chiellini, Mattia De Sciglio;
Denis Zakaria, Arthur, Adrien Rabiot;
Alvaro Morata, Dusan Vlahovic.
VERONA (3-4-2-1): Lorenzo Montipo;
Nicolo Casale, Koray Gunter, Federico Ceccherini;
Fabio Depaoli, Ivan Ilic, Miguel Veloso, Darko Lazovic;
Adrien Tameze, Antonin Barak;
1-0. Juventus take an early lead, and it’s a dream start to Vlahovic’s debut.
Ceccherini mistimes a headed clearance on the halfway line, falling to Dybala.
The attacker quickly threads a pass-through to send Vlahovic one-on-one, and the striker lifts it precisely over Montipo from 18-yards, and it bounces once before nestling in the far corner.
2-0. Juventus double their lead. The hosts fly forward on the counter as Morata drives through the heart of the pitch.
The striker draws in a few defenders, throwing a pass-through to Zakaria, who fires a composed finish into the bottom corner from eight yards!
Dream Debut for the new signees
Dusan Vlahovic and Denis Zakaria scored on their Juventus debuts as the Bianconeri beat Verona 2-0 on Sunday.
The former joined Fiorentina in a big-money January deal, while the latter arrived from Borussia Monchengladbach on the cheap with six months left on his contract.
Free-scoring Vlahovic was the first to get on the scoresheet, lobbing into the far corner in the first half, before Zakaria sealed the victory with a low effort.
The victory lifts Juventus ahead of Atalanta and into fourth in Serie A, although the latter have a game in hand.
What lies ahead for Juventus and Hellas Verona?
The result means that Juventus leapfrog Atalanta to climb up to fourth.
Verona, meanwhile, remains in ninth.
Juventus will host Sassuolo in the Coppa Italia.
The Old lady needs to stay consistent in order to have any chance of winning any silverware.
Meanwhile, Hellas Verona will be facing Udinese in Serie A.
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