At long last, a victory and a clean sheet for the Bianconeri.
Mistakes continue to doom the Bianconeri as they scuffle to their worst start in years.
Mad Max was at his absolute worst against newly-promoted opposition, and his team turned in a disjointed performance that was about as bad as can be.
Self-inflicted wounds were again the theme as Juve blew a lead and again dropped points in a game that should’ve been simple.
Juve’s took care of business and saw one of the results they needed to go their way come to fruition, qualifying them for the Champions League.
What, you were expecting something more sedate?
Cristiano Ronaldo and Paulo Dybala both hit the century mark in goals as Juve kept their pursuit of the Champions League on life support.
On the day their reign as champions of Italy officially ended, the Bianconeri put in a terrible performance only to pull a victory out of absolutely nowhere in the last seven minutes.
The worst 45 minutes of football Juve has played all year saw points lost against yet another bottom-of-the-table team as the race for the top four tightens even more.
Juve stumbled out of the gates but came from behind to pick up a workmanlike win against Parma to ensure their top four status for another week.
Juve looked to be in line for a point until a late mistake gave the hosts the win and eroded their margin of safety.
Juve took the lead early and overcame a brief stumble to keep their winning ways as a big date with Atalanta looms.
In a must-have game in the chase for the Champions League, Andrea Pirlo’s team came alive to beat Napoli and put some daylight between themselves and their rivals.
With an opportunity to gain ground in their comeback attempt, Juventus came out completely flat and fell to Pippo Inzaghi’s charges on their home ground.
Ronaldo did work early in the first half, and Juve held on through the second half to keep themselves going in Serie A.
Juve started slow but turned the game around, only to be belted by a thunderbolt late in extra time to go out on away goals.
After a horrific start, Juve put on a vintage comeback to consolidate their place in the top four and put some real pressure on the Milan clubs.
A shorthanded Juve side saw the chance to put pressure on the Milan teams fizzle out late.
The first half an hour was rough, but the home team settled in and delivered a much-needed victory.
Juve turned in an absolute dud of a performance on Wednesday, but thanks to the one positive moment of the entire night have hope that they can take the tie home in the second.
On what proved to be a day where Juventus could have got closer to the league leaders, their struggles in Napoli kept the Serie A deficit at seven points.
Juventus locked down an increasingly desperate Inter to book their second straight trip to the final.
It wasn’t the most attractive game of football, but the win took Juve a step closer to the leaders.
The Bianconeri took a measure of revenge for their Serie A loss and bring an advantage into the second leg.
It was shades of the first time these two teams met at the Marassi as Juve started the second half of the season out right.
A heavily rotated lineup had no trouble with their Serie B opposition.
Juve weren’t at their best, but they took home a victory and emerged from a massacre at the top of the table unscathed.