Juventus maintains winning streak

    Paul Pogba fired home a 92nd minute winner as Juventus stretched its lead at the top of Serie A to four points.

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    • Paul Pogba scores 92nd minute winner as Juventus defeats Bologna 2-1
    • Juventus has now won nine out of it's ten league games
    • Napoli drop to third after suffering 1-0 defeat at Atalanta
    • Real Madrid eases to Copa del Rey victory at Alcoyano
    Paul Pogba was the man Manchester United never wanted to lose -- now he's beginning to show why as he fired Juventus four points clear at the top of Serie A.
    Pogba struck a 92nd minute winner to see off lowly Bologna and help Juve claim a 2-1 win to make it nine victories from ten league games.
    The 19-year-old caused shockwaves after rejecting the chance to remain at Old Trafford and instead sign a four-year deal with the Italian club.
    Fabio Quagliarella had given the home side a 54th minute lead only for Bologna to hit back through Saphir Taidi.
    But Pogba fired home in stoppage-time to give his side all three points and help take advantage of Napoli's surprise defeat.