Former Chelsea forward Alvaro Morata scored one goal and earned a penalty as Juventus launched their Champions League campaign by beating Malmo.
Juve were struggling early in Sweden before Alex Sandro’s low header gave the Italians the lead.
Two goals within the space of 86 seconds at the top of the primary half then took the sport faraway from Malmo.
Paulo Dybala scored from the spot after Morata, 28, was fouled by Lasse Nielsen before Morata’s clever lob made it 3-0.
It was Morata’s 14th Champions League goal for Juventus, equalling Cristiano Ronaldo in fifth on Juve’s all-time Champions League top scorers list.
It was the right start for Massimiliano Allegri’s side in their Group H campaign.
Juve, who haven’t been crowned champions of Europe since 1996, face defending champions Chelsea next in Turin on 29 September.