Juan Cuadrado struck in added time as Juventus finally broke down 10-man Fiorentina for a 1-0 home victory in Serie A on Saturday.
The victory lifted Juventus, who had lost their last two league games, to eighth, behind Fiorentina on goal difference and 13 points behind top two Napoli and AC Milan who both play on Sunday.
At that point each team had managed just one shot on target.
Within two minutes, Federico Chiesa, who is on loan from Fiorentina, smashed a shot against the bar.
Coach Massimiliano Allegri then sent on winger Cuadrado, a former Fiorentina player in place of midfielder Adrien Rabiot.
Juve pressed and Alvaro Morata volleyed Cuadrado's cross into the roof of the net but was ruled offside.
But as the match moved into added time, Cuadrado collected the ball on the right edge of the box, darted toward the goal-line creating a yard of space and drilled a low shot between goal-keeper Pietro Terracino and the near post.