So, the clash began on Saturday night in Turin from an opener of Danilo which gave Juventus an upper hand and then in their mind sets they have sealed their victory run when Gonzalo Higuain scored a subtle in just 19th minute of the game against Napoli.
And then in the second half when Ronaldo scored from his left foot, Juventus was leading the game from 3 nill.
Then in the aftermaths of the game for Juventus, Napoli denied to back down and as Kostas Manolas and Hirving Lozano scored stunners within just 2 minutes of each other after the Juventus got lead.
Late in the 81st minute of the game Giovanni Di Lorenzo completed a stunning comeback which gave them the equalizing position.
Now crowd in the arena and all the audiences watching on their TV screens waited to witness the words of Ancelotti become reality, he said Napoli could beat Juventus.
“Juventus have so much character and quality, we know that they always step up in the crunch moments of the season,” he told Sky Sport Italia.
“We can compete, but we wasted an opportunity today, above all that hour where we just didn’t play. That is really disappointing.”
Then this happened
Napoli full back Kalidou Koulibaly scored an injury-time own goal into his own net to hand Juventus a 4-3 Serie A success.
Juventus coach Maurizio Sarri was deprived of a gathering with his former club as he sat in a different section of the stadium to aid his recovery from pneumonia, he was amused with the performance of his team in the first half although the scenarios were different in second half.
Breathtaking moment when the match turned on its head in the space of just 3 minutes when Napoli successfully snatched back 2 goals from the rivals with more than 20 minutes remaining in the concluding minutes.
A beautiful save from the Napoli goalkeeper was outstanding when Costa strike onto the bar.
Napoli lost the game in a pitiful manner when Koulibaly unfocused Miralem Pjanic’s free kick into his own net in the injury time.
“You can concede goals, but not 3 in just 16 minutes,” said Juventus assistant manager Giovanni Martusciello, standing in for Sarri.
“Perhaps we felt sated by going 3-0 up and allowed Napoli to bite back.
“When there are errors of positioning and then reaction, you’re going to concede goals against players of this quality. I want to focus on the very positive performance in the first hour, but some fear set in after they got back into it.”