The game finishes 1-1 as Torino and Juventus were forced to settle for a point.
The hosts took the lead in even the first half on 13 minutes as De Ligt rose highest to meet a Cuadrado corner and send it into the back of the net past Milinkovic-Savic.
In a game that didn’t have too many clear-cut chances, both Mandagora and Dybala went close early in the second half before the visitors finally got themselves level.
Belotti was the scorer, as he turned an excellent Brekola cross into the back of the net with a volleyed finish.
Both teams tried for a winner, but neither could find one, and the game finished level.
JUVENTUS (4-3-3): Wojciech Szczesny;
Juan Cuadrado, Daniele Rugani, Matthijs de Ligt, Alex Sandro;
Denis Zakaria, Arthur, Adrien Rabiot;
Paulo Dybala, Dusan Vlahovic, Alvaro Morata.
TORINO (3-4-3): Vanja Milinkovic-Savic;
Koffi Djidji, Gleison Bremer, Ricardo Rodriguez;
Wilfried Stephane Singo, Sasa Lukic, Rolando Mandragora, Mergim Vojvoda;
Josip Brekalo, Andrea Belotti, Tommaso Pobega.
1-0 Juventus. Cuadrado whips in a corner from the left, where De Ligt is there to meet it with a towering header. He leaps the highest at the back post and beats the goalkeeper with a superb header.
1-1 Torino. Belotti is the scorer as he grabs his third Serie A goal of the season. Brekalo did superbly get to the byline and dip a cross in, where Belotti was waiting to volley home. It wasn’t a great shot, and Szczesny will be disappointed to have let that in.
So, what’s next for Juventus and Torino?
That point for the hosts means they remain in the fourth spot as they lose pace on the teams above them.
They travel to Empoli next as they look to get back on track. Meanwhile, that draw for the visitors means that they stay where they were before the match, in the tenth position.
Meanwhile, They will face lowly Cagliari next as they hope to move up the table.
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