Juventus 1-0 Udinese – Goal!

It is the first time Udinese have won in Turin since January 2015 and the first away goal of the season for Antonio Conte’s men.

The win will take Udinese level with Fiorentina on 21 points, five behind Serie A leaders Juventus.

Juventus, who have won only one game in four since January, had the best chances of the first half, but were unable to find a winner in a fluid start to the second half.

The visitors took the lead in the 10th minute after Marco Di Vaio’s header was saved by Gianluca Sannino, and their first shot on target came from a free-kick from Nuri Sahin after eight minutes.

After the restart, the visitors got a third goal when Mario Mandzukic hit a low strike past the far post.

Kasper Dolberg then scored a penalty in stoppage time to put Udinese up 3-1.

Juve have not conceded a goal in their last six Serie A games, with their last win coming on December 6.

It was a tough afternoon for the hosts, with the match having been postponed twice due to the death of the former goalkeeper Gianlucio Cerci.

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