Stefano Sturaro (left) started Genova's goal shooter against Juventus.
Juventus continued the Champions League with noise and fear after a Cristiano Ronaldo hat trick in the 3-0 win against Atlético Madrid this week. When the Serie A leader was back in the regular football game, it didn't go as well.
In the away team against Genova, the team's first league loss came for the season.
Stefano Sturaro, loaned to Genoa from Juventus, launched the scorer for the home team before Northern Macedonian veteran Goran Pandev put the final score to 2-0.
Despite the surprising loss, it will lead to a collapse of rarely seen strokes because Juventus is not allowed to celebrate the gold league later in the spring.
There are still 15 points down to the other Naples who beat Udinese 4-2 on Sunday, with ten rounds left.