Genoa snatches a priceless win at the death. The first half was a tight affair: Kean and Destro wasted chances for either side, but there was little.
However, the game opened up in the second half when Dybala lashed in a superb 20-yard strike.
And Juventus could have finished the game off when the attacker later hit the post.
However, Genoa stayed in it thanks to some great saves from Sirigu, and they punished the visitors late on.
First, Gudmundsson curled in a precise finish to equalise. And then, after Kean managed to miss an open goal, Genoa went up the other end and won a penalty in the 96th minute when De Sciglio clumsily tripped Yeboah.
Criscito stepped up and cooly slotted in the spot-kick to send the home fans into raptures and grab a massive victory for Genoa.
GENOA (4-2-3-1): Salvatore Sirigu; Silvan Hefti, Leo Ostigard, Mattia Bani, Demenico Criscito; Milan Badelj, Pablo Galdames; Filippo Melegoni, Nadiem Amiri, Manolo Portanova; Mattia Destro.
SUBS: Hernani, Kelvin Yeboah, Andrea Masiello, Adrian Semper, Andrea Cambiaso, Paolo Ghiglione, Johan Vasquez, Rok Vodisek, Caleb Ekuban, Albert Gudmundsson, Morten Frendrup, Nicole Rovella.
JUVENTUS (4-3-3): Wojciech Szczesny; Mattia de Sciglio, Daniele Rugani, Leonardo Bonucci, Juan Cuadrado; Adrien Rabiot, Fabio Miretti, Arthur; Moise Kean, Dusan Vlahovic, Paolo Dybala.
SUBS: Giorgio Chiellini, Mattia Perin, Marley, Denis Zakaria, Alex Sandro, Federico Bernardeschi, Carlo Pinsoglio, Alvaro Morata, Matthijs de Ligt.
GOAL! DYBALA! 1-0. Juventus open the scoring. Kean drives towards the edge of the box, before laying it off to Dybala 20 yards out. The attacker takes a touch out of his feet before whipping a superb strike into the bottom corner!
GOAL! GUDMUNDSSON! 1-1. Genoa equalises late on. Amiri finds space 25 yards from goal and places a superb through ball behind De Sciglio and into the path of Gudmundsson. The sub takes a touch before curling a precise finish into the far corner from 12 yards!
GOAL! CRISCITO WINS IT! 2-1. The defender steps up, and cooly knocks the penalty beyond Szczesny and into the bottom right corner! Genoa has won it with two late goals.
So, what’s next?
The result means that Genoa remains in 19th, but they’re now just one point off safety. Juventus, meanwhile, remain in fourth.
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