Juventus rallied on Saturday and won 3-1 against Bologna on the thirty-sixth day of Serie A Italian (First Division), which allowed him to momentarily take a seven-point lead over Napoli, second.
After going to the break from behind 0-1, Juventus turned around the result in the second half led by the Brazilian Douglas Costa, who gave two assists and grazed a goal by rabona, to bring the Turinese to what would be his seventh consecutive league title.
The "bianconeri" could even win it this Sunday, with two days ahead of the end of Serie A, if the Napoli falls at home against Torino.
Without the Bosnian Miralem Pjanic or the Croatian Mario Mandzukic, Juventus failed to give great pace to their attacks at the beginning of the match and ended up paying a serious defensive indecision between the goal Gianluigi Buffon and Daniele Rugani with a maximum penalty in favor of Bologna.
Buffon's pass was inaccurate and Rugani knocked down Lorenzo Crisetig in the area, triggering a penalty that Simone Verdi safely transformed to give Bologna the 1-0 lead with which the two teams went into halftime.Get your daily football betting tips.
The game had been uphill to Juventus, but the Turinese managed to rebalance it just jump on the field in the resumption, taking advantage of a fault of French Sebastien De Maio, who scored on his own in the attempt to deflect a center of the Colombian Juan Guillermo Cuadrado (m.52).
Led by Brazilian Douglas Costa, Juventus turned to attack to complete their comeback and, after a shock in 59, when the Swedish Emil Krafth finished off the post, he signed 2-1 thanks to the German Sami Khedira (m.64) .
The Bologna did not have the strength to react and ended up punished with the goal of the definitive 3-1, signed by the Argentine Paulo Dybala after a great personal play by Douglas Costa (m.69); was the goal number 22 for the "Joya" in this season.
With this triumph, Juventus took another step towards the Scudetto and can already think about the final of the Italian Cup next Wednesday, which will be played at the Olympic Stadium in Rome against Milan.