Stephy Mavididi scored in his third consecutive game for Juventus u23s at the weekend, as he starts to find his feet in Italy.

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Stephy Mavididi scoring for Juventus u23s against Siena (Photo via Instagram / StephyAlvaro)

It’s fair to say that after a strong pre-season with Arsenal and Juventus, Mavididi had a slow start to the competitive action with his new club. In his first 25 appearances for the Juventus u23s, the striker scored four goals and provided one assist, and even started to drop out of the starting eleven.

However, things have finally started to turn around in the last fortnight. Getting back into the starting lineup on February 13th, Mavididi took advantage of his opportunity with a goal against Arezzo. He kept his place for the next match against Siena and scored again, before adding a third in three games against Lucchese on Sunday.

You can watch that third goal from 1:16 in the below highlights video:

Mavididi’s most impressive goal was the one against Siena though, at the end of an eye-catching solo run. The player uploaded a clip of the goal to his Instagram page.

Part of the reason for Mavididi’s sudden upturn in form is seemingly the arrival of Benjamin Mokulu Tembe in the side. The pair have formed a strike partnership in recent games, giving the former Arsenal youngster someone to play off.

Mavididi spoke to the media about his transfer to Juventus recently, click ‘Next’ to read what he said