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Roma keep on hoping after 2-0 win over Juventus

Roma keep on hoping after 2-0 win over Juventus

At the end of a week that saw Juve boss Massimiliano Allegri forced to deny rumours he was leaving, his side let in late goals to suffer only their third league defeat of the season.

The defeat for Juventus was also marked by the unveiling of their controversial new home strip, which sees the club abandon the traditional black and white strikes in favor of a half white, half black two-tone approach.

Roma boosted their hopes of qualifying for next season's Champions League with victory over Serie A champions Juventus.

But Inter, who have 63 points, can regain third place with a win over already-relegated bottom side Chievo later on Monday.

AC Milan also won 1-0 against Fiorentina, and are one point behind Inter in fifth, with Roma equal on points with Milan, with two games left to play.

However, this has not been taken lightly by the Juventus fans who, in a majority, are not too satisfied with this change and with the design of the new jersey.

Juventus had started the game brightly as Ronaldo fired wide, Juan Cuadrado had a shot saved by Antonio Mirante and Leonardo Spinazzola saw a shot blocked, all inside the first seven minutes of the match.

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After the break Cristiano Ronaldo had the ball in the back of the net after 64 minutes but was ruled offside.

Shortly after the bust-up, Ronaldo apologised and hugged Florenzi yet that didn't stop him from exacting revenge.

After Florenzi missed the target again, Dzeko stepped up to make sure of the points in the second minute of stoppage time.

"We knew very well how important it was to win today", said Belotti.

Andrea Belotti scored twice for Torino, including a stunning overhead kick to win the match, eight minutes from time.

Sassuolo are sitting in tenth position.

Fabio Quagliarella pulled a goal back for Sampdoria converting a penalty in injury time to take his Serie A leading tally to 26 goals - five more than Juventus star Ronaldo.