Juventus can’t seem to stop winning in Serie A as Massimiliano Allegri’s men picking up another three points on their weekend fixture after beating city rival,Torino.
Battling for that bragging rights in Turin, both teams were looking hungry for victory and putting on an aggressive display straight from kick off.
It was a tight encounter which saw both teams failing to convert any of their chances during the first 45 minutes which ended in a goalless draw.
Both sides continue their search for goals in the second period which saw more dangerous attacking plays and goal scoring opportunities.
Eventually luck seemingly much closer to Juve’s side as the it was the Bianconeri that got in front through Cristiano Ronaldo’s penalty, which was scored on 69 minutes.
CR7 went on to receive a yellow card after converting the spot kick after he was judged of mocking Torino’s goal keeper soon after the attacker scored his spot kick.
No more goals were scored by either sides in the remaining minutes as once again Juventus securing all three points from their league fixture.
That victory keeps the Old Lady sitting up of Italian Serie A standings with 11 points clear of second place Napoli, that still have a game in hand for now.
Meanwhile, in the previous match, Inter Milan grabbed an important result to maintain their top three seat in the league.
Luciano Spaletti’s men were keen on forgetting their disappointment of exiting the Champions League group stage.
Things was far from being smooth for Inter as they were forced to work hard before eventually breaking the dead lock through Mauro Icardi’s spot kick on 76 minutes.
That 1-0 score line doesn’t change until the end as Udinese faild to get themselves back into the contest.