Match facts: Juventus v Galatasaray

Fernando Llorente (right) enjoys his first goal for Juventus
Fernando Llorente (right) enjoys his first goal for Juventus ©AFP/Getty Images


UEFA milestones and competition statistics
• Fernando Llorente is yet to make his UEFA Champions League debut but played 34 UEFA Europa League games for Athletic Club, scoring 16 times.

• Juventus had 13 shots on goal in their first game, the joint highest total along with FC Bayern München and Real Madrid CF. They also had 12 shots wide, three more than any other team.

• The Italian club won 16 corners on matchday one, seven more than the next highest total.

Summer transfers
• In: Angelo Ogbonna (Torino FC), Carlos Tévez (Manchester City FC), Fernando Llorente (Athletic Club).

• Out: Luca Marrone (US Sassuolo Calcio), Alessandro Matri (AC Milan), Emanuele Giaccherini (Sunderland AFC), Nicolas Anelka (released).

General information
• On Sunday, without the rested Andrea Pirlo, Juve won 1-0 at Turin rivals Torino FC with Paul Pogba getting the only goal. It also ended a run of five games without a clean sheet. Tévez was replaced in the 90th minute after damaging his right ankle.

• Llorente marked his first start for Juventus with the winning goal in a 2-1 home victory against Hellas Verona FC on 22 September. Tévez, who registered in his first three competitive appearances for the club, had equalised five minutes earlier.

• Three days later Antonio Conte's side came from behind to defeat hosts AC Chievo Verona by the same scoreline.

• Juventus have scored in all 19 Serie A encounters since a 1-0 loss to AS Roma on 16 February.

• Gianluigi Buffon joined Fabio Cannavaro as the most-capped player in Italy's history with 136 appearances on 10 September as a 2-1 win against the Czech Republic at Juventus Stadium booked a place at the 2014 FIFA World Cup with two games to spare in Group B.

• Martín Cáceres damaged the meniscus in his right knee in Uruguay's 2-1 win against Peru, undergoing surgery, and has been out of action ever since.


UEFA milestones and competition statistics
• Galatasaray have scored 349 goals in UEFA competition.

Summer transfers
• In: Umut Bulut (Toulouse FC), Felipe Melo (Juventus), Aurélien Chedjou (LOSC Lille), Erman Kılıç (Sivasspor), Bruma (Sporting Clube de Portugal).

• Out: Juan Culio (RC Deportivo La Coruña), Tomáš Ujfaluši (AC Sparta Praha), Mehmet Batdal (Istanbul BB SK), Çağlar Birinci (Elazığspor), Okan Derici (FC Rot-Weiss Erfurt), Kazım Kazım (Bursaspor), Erman Kılıç (Eskişehirspor), Sercan Yıldırım (Şanlıurfaspor, loan), Furkan Özçal (Kardemir Karabükspor, loan), Johan Elmander (Norwich City FC, loan).

General information
• Galatasaray parted company with Fatih Terim on 24 September after the coach turned down a two-year contract extension. Assistant coach Hasan Şaş oversaw a 1-1 draw with Çaykur Rizespor on Saturday after Selçuk İnan was dismissed (74).

• On Monday, Galatasaray confirmed the appointment of Roberto Mancini, who has signed a three-year contract, as Terim's permanent replacement. The Italian also replaced Terim as ACF Fiorentina coach in 2001.

• The Turkish champions were leading Süper Lig pacesetters Beşiktaş JK 2-1 in added time at the Ataturk Olympic Stadium on 22 September when the Istanbul derby was abandoned because of crowd problems.

• Cimbom's haul of six points from their first four games was their worst start to a campaign since 1989/90.

• Burak Yılmaz became the first player to register in four successive matches for Turkey when he struck against Romania in a FIFA World Cup qualifying win on 10 September.