After 44 matches saw the club net at least once, a 0-0 draw with Inter on Saturday brought the record-setting run to a close.
The match was also the first time any club had held Juventus without a goal in Turin since August of 2015 when Udinese held them without a goal
Despite the result on the road, it was a tough match for the Nerazzurri.
The visiting side failed to register a single shot on taget in the first half, the first time that has happened to the club since 2014.
0 - For the first time since May 2014 (vs AC Milan), Inter have failed to attempt a single shot in the first half of a Serie A game. HT. #Juventus pic.twitter.com/lJOmR6nKe0 — OptaPaolo (@OptaPaolo) December 9, 2017
The league leaders also conceded a massive 21 fouls on the night, clearly struggling to deal with a Juventus attack that racked up eight shots on target for the game. Both stats represent season-highs against Inter.
Inter face a Coppa Italia match against Pordenone on Tuesday before returning to Serie A action with a clash against Udinese next weekend, while Juventus will try to start a new league scoring streak against Bologna next Sunday.