Dusan Vlahovic put a stop to his goal drought in the Serie A for Juventus on Tuesday as he scored his first goals in almost four months in a 3-0 victory over Salernitana.
Serbia forward got Juventus off to a flying start by scoring from the penalty spot in the 26th minute and adding a second goal shortly after halftime.
This double from Vlahovic ended a goal drought that dated back to mid-October and proved to be a much-needed boost for both the striker and Juventus.
Vlahovic's return to form couldn't have come at a better time for coach Massimiliano Allegri, who was without key players Leandro Paredes and Arkadiusz Milik due to injury.
The 23-year-old's performance has given Allegri reason to be optimistic about his side's upcoming Europa League match against Nantes, where Paul Pogba is expected to return.
Salernitana, on the other hand, were unable to stop Juventus' attack and suffered their 6th loss in 9 matches. Despite the defeat, they are still seven points above the relegation zone, but with a Monday match against Verona, they will need to turn their fortunes around quickly to avoid being pulled further into trouble.
Overall, it was a memorable day for Vlahovic, who demonstrated his potential to be a key player for Juventus in the future.