I’m not crying, you’re crying.
An entertaining game was ultimately ruined by a litany of officiating mistakes, but Juve have to look inward, too.
A heavily rotated Juve side switched off late, allowing Genoa to overtake them in a game that meant far more for the hosts than the visitors.
Juventus won by the skins of their teeth against a team that had no business looking so good, but later results confirmed their place in the top four.
A butt-ugly win at the Mapei Stadium has put given Juventus the opportunity to wrap up their place in the top four in short order.
Juve kept their aggregate lead and more to set up the fourth Derby d’Italia of the year in three weeks.
In one of their absolute worst performances of the year, Juventus pulled out an equalizer in stoppages to salvage a point at home and open the door to the teams behind them in the chase for the Champions League.
A Sardinian slog saw Juve play an ugly game whose major takeaway was three points.
Juve’s loss wasted a chance to bury the chasing pack as they failed to score against a previously flailing Inter side.
Juve rode a 30-minute opening surge to a workmanlike victory to pull themselves a little closer to the top three headed into the final round of World Cup qualifying.
Juventus folded in the final 14 minutes and were again sent packing at the first hurdle in the knockout round.
It was an unconventional victory, but Juve stayed tight and harried their opponents into enough mistakes to seal the victory.
Clearly the second-best team on the day, Juventus won the game in the depths of stoppage time thanks to a cruel bounce and will head back to Turin with the lead.
A badly depleted Juventus side fought hard and was given a late scare before pulling out three points at the Stadio Castellani.
Juventus were played off their own field for most of the latest Turin derby, and dropped crucial points with Atalanta poised to pounce.
In one of Max Allegri’s worst games as coach of Juventus, the Bianconeri were overpowered for much of the game and were lucky to preserve a point at the death.
Juve made things way too hard on themselves before securing the result late on.
Dusan Vlahovic and Denis Zakaria were the men on the scoresheet as Juve took advantage of a huge opportunity and propelled themselves back into the top four with a six-pointer looming.
It was a relatively easy win for the Old Lady as they defended their title.
A moment of mental madness from Alex Sandro prevented a shootout and handed the trophy to Juve’s most-hated rivals.
Juventus looked dead and buried until a massive burst and an epic holding action gave them three points and possibly saved their season.
In a game that Juve really had to win in order to rev their chances of the top four into gear, they failed to gain any ground on a stricken Napoli side.
Juve rode some second-half luck and picked up a victory to end the calendar year on a high note.
Another lead thrown away, another poor night from both players and coach, and another night that could lead to a complete detonation of the team next season.
It was a relatively drab win over the group’s worst team, but the late fireworks in Russia gave Juve a huge boon in Europe’s premier competition.
Plenty of possession and chances in the final third eventually led to a pair of goals for the hosts as the Bianconeri won its second consecutive league match to move into a European spot.
Juve avoided a repeat of their failings against relegation strugglers as they dispatched the Granata on their home turf.