In the battle for the title in the 29th round of the Italian Series A, Juventus and Lazio stayed in the same positions, where the new Turin champion has a four-point advantage over the Roman team nine games before the end.
Juventus celebrated 3-1 (0-0) away at Genoa, and in the second half, both goals dropped. In the 50th minute, Paolo Dybala opened the scoring, walking through the home defense and beating Perina from ten meters. The home goalkeeper was helpless in the 57th minute when Cristiano Ronaldo reached the left corner with a potent 25-meter shot. Douglas Costa has sent a free kick in well over the penalty box after 73 minutes.
Pinamonti had scored the only goal for the home team in the 76th minute.
The Roman Lazio footballers with a reversal in the second half came away to Turin with a 2-1 (0-1) win.
The top scorer from Lazio and the Italian championship, Ciro Immobile, played the role in all three goals scored in Serie A’s first match of the 29th round.
He was first hit in the hand in the fourth minute when Torino was awarded a penalty kick that put Belotti in the lead. Immobile correctly and deftly scored in the 48th minute to equalize at 1-1, and Parola helped for the winning goal in the 73rd minute.
Juventus is 72 points in the lead, four more than second-placed Lazio. Second, Inter has 61 points and a lesser game. Torino ranks 14th with 31 points and Genoa ranks 16th with 26 points but just one point above the relegation zone.
Six of the remaining eight round 29 games are scheduled for Wednesday, including Bologna — Cagliari, Inter — Brescia (7.30 pm), Fiorentina — Sassuolo, Verona — Parma, Lecce — Sampdoria, and SPAL — Milan (all at 9.45 pm)