The Bianconeri travelled to the Stadio Olimpico to take on the Roman club in their home stadium for the Supercoppa Italiana and ended up lifting the trophy after an impressive 4-0 win.
Lichtsteiner spoke to Rai Sport after the game and revealed his team’s excitement in the feat.
“It’s a great night for Juventus, as to win 4-0 in their home is remarkable,” said the Swiss international.
The 27-year-old, who played for Lazio from 2008-11, scored one of Juve’s four goals and was booed by his former club’s supporters.
“I had three splendid years at Lazio, we won two trophies and now I am a Juventino.”
Even with a tremendous lead, Antonio Conte refused to settle down on the sidelines and kept yelling orders at his squad, but Lichtsteiner admitted that he likes his coach’s determined attitude.
“Antonio Conte has always shouted at me! I need a coach who shouts and always demands more, as it brings the best out of me.”