A teenage player, Moise Kean, again won the 2-1 award from AC Milan to Juventus after the other team had dominated most of Saturday's game.
The 19-year-old, who had suffered racist abuse after visiting Cagliari on Tuesday, came out of the crop to reach his fifth goal in the five league shows about him. latest in order to get Juve closer to the eighth title Serie A.
Juve 21 is a clear point at the top and will put up the title to seven matches with a chance to defeat Naples at home to Genoa on Sunday.
Milan goes into fourth place out of the last 12 goals and will be placed out of the top four if Atalanta, then one side, at Inter Milan. Sunday.
Juve feared further when the Hakan Calhanoglu cross struck with universalist Alex Sandro in the area, but after the three-minute VAR review, the referee decided he was accidental.
But afterwards, however, Tiemoue Bakayoko from Leonardo Bonucci broke out of defense and took the member to Piatek who traveled Wojciech Szczesny for their 21st goal in the season – eight for Milan and 13 for Genoa.
Juventus made little way until they won a penalty after a quick challenge from Mateo Musacchio on Paulo Dybala, changing the spot-spot on the time.
The winner was like the Milan goal, as Miralem Pjanic, another agents, hindered the defense and Kean discovered his vision of Pepe Reina with six minutes away.