Juventus have returned to the top of Serie A on goal difference with a 2-0 win against A.C. Milan at the Juventus Stadium.
The home side dominated much of the first half and Mirko Vucinic almost opened the scoring, but the striker saw his shot crash off the crossbar.
Antonio Conte's side continued to control after the break, but it took until the 87th minute for them to break the deadlock when Claudio Marchisio pounced on a mistake by Daniele Bonera before he fired home.
Milan's night got worse soon after when Kevin-Prince Boateng was shown his second yellow card for a deliberate handball.
Juve sealed the win in injury-time when Marchisio's shot found its way through the legs of Rossoneri keeper Christian Abbiati.