Player ratings as Bianconeri lose with last kick of the game

Juventus missed the chance to climb into third place in the Serie A table after conceding two late goals in a 2-1 loss at relegation-threatened Genoa

Massimiliano Allegri’s men are already assured of a place in next season’s Champions League and are now vying with Napoli for the metaphorical bronze medal spot, missing the chance to go ahead of Luciano Spalletti’s men. Meanwhile this win leaves Genoa one point from safety with just two games remaining.

A high ball from Paulo Dybala was met by Moise Kean, but his header clipped the very top of the Genoa bar as the first chance of the game went begging for Juventus.

Genoa managed to keep Juve at arm’s length for much of the first half, racking up a number of set piece opportunities – the best of which fell to Mattia Destro, whose free header sailed over.

A low cross from Kean was tipped away from goal by Salvatore Sirigu before the Italian forward couldn’t make the most of Adrien Rabiot’s deep ball into the opposition box.

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