Giallorossi beat Juventus 2-0 to stay second in Serie A

Juventus have survived to keep their Champions League spot despite dropping two of their last three matches, while Fiorentina dropped their Europa League qualifying tie against Genoa to face Lazio in the final.

Juventus have won all three of their Serie A games in the first half of the season, with four points from the remaining six matches.

The Bianconeri have beaten Roma, Napoli and Inter in their last six matches, with the last three losses to Bologna and Genoa.

Juve’s defence held the hosts at bay for a good portion of the game and had the first shot on goal in the opening stages of the second half.

The Nerazzurri managed to get back into the game when Alessandro Florenzi found the bottom corner, but the home side’s second effort of the match came from a set-piece.

The second half saw the hosts go close, as Lorenzo Insigne made it 2-1 on a fine strike from a tight angle.

The hosts continued to press, and Francesco Totti found the top corner from a long range free-kick, but Juve could not find an equaliser in the second period.

Fiorentia were on the attack throughout the match, and took the lead with six minutes remaining, when Matteo Bonucci fired home from the edge of the area after a long pass from Florenza.

Juventino’s players were left frustrated by the performance of their under-21 side, as the club lost three of its last four matches to end the campaign with a winless run.

Juesto were unable to find a way past the hosts, who were awarded a penalty when they were awarded possession in the box, with Gianluigi Donnarumma sending on Alessandro Del Piero to replace the injured Stefano Amorebietti.

The goal sparked the visitors to life, with Alessandro Calabria getting his second goal of the campaign to earn his side a point.

Juose have won only one of their past five Serie A matches, and have yet to score in the league.

The home side have dropped all four of their away games this season.

Fienentina have won three of the four away matches in Serie B this season, and are unbeaten in their past six home matches.