After the scare of Monte Carlo, Cristiano hoped to close this tense week with his first Italian, but the third was not the defeat either. Before the Parma of his great friend Bruno Alves, who complicated his life enough, another Juventus triumph came, but his signature has not yet.As it happened in Verona, the match seemed to have gone downhill right away, but again it was a lie: not even two minutes went by and Mandžukic, after a center from Cuadrado and thanks to a rebound, opened the can. Shortly after, insatiable, the Croatian took a ball from CR7, which was about to shoot, causing Allegri's rage: "Cris there broke the goal," he yelled at the bench.However, the Ducali were very alive: they hit a crossbar with a free kick from Stulac and then they clung to an unstoppable Gervinho. The ex-Arsenal and Rome went crazy behind bianconera and, in 33 ', pushed between sticks the ball of 1-1 after a center Gobbi and a header from Inglese. Before the break, in addition, the premises could even advance with another counterattack armed by the Ivorian, that Rigoni wasted incredibly. La Vecchia Signora, however, had controlled the game with constancy, and continued to push on the restart until it came back ahead. He did it with Matuidi, who penetrated the area, took a heel from Mandžukic and beat Sepe.Parma, without an exhausted Gervinho, tried to get back into the game, but hardly created danger. Juve was not satisfied with the advantage and continued to seek the ruling: Allegri took out Costa (who hit the post), Dybala (after his second consecutive bench) and Emre Can to continue to press and, perhaps, create favorable conditions for the longed for goal of Cristiano. The exmadridista broke the soul to obtain it, but it returned to lack marksmanship. He added 8 more shots (he had 15, more than anyone in the top five European leagues) but Parma only came back with a blow to the face and some disappointment. The Juve, however, goes to the break with full of victories. But that, in Serie A, is no longer news.