Manuel Locatelli struck late to earn Juventus a 1-0 win over Torino in the Turin derby on Saturday, as the Old Lady stretched their winning run to four games in all competitions and kept a Serie A clean sheet for the first time in seven months.
The Italy international fired a shot in off the post with four minutes remaining, his second consecutive league goal, as Juve rose to eighth place with 11 points, three ahead of their 11th-placed rivals.
Torino controlled the first half as Juve failed to register a shot on target, but Massimiliano Allegri's side improved after the break and Alex Sandro's header required a fine save from Vanja Milinkovic before Locatelli's late winner.
Ivan Juric's side struggled to threaten Wojciech Szczesny's goal, and Juventus kept things tight defensively to end a run stretching back to March of 20 matches in a row conceding in Serie A.
Allegri's side earned an impressive and unexpected win over European champions Chelsea in the Champions League on Wednesday to stretch their unbeaten run in all competitions to five matches.
The change sparked some life into Juve's attack as the Colombian teed up Sandro with an excellent cross that required a sharp Milinkovic-Savic save.
Locatelli found space at the edge of the area to fire home the winner in the 86th minute, before substitute Dejan Kulusevski thumped the foot of the post with a shot in stoppage time.
The newly promoted side's victory moved them up to four points, one behind Genoa in 16th and one more than bottom side Cagliari.