Juventus 0-2 Turin – Marcello Lippi’s side are enjoying a two-goal lead at the top of Serie A, after Mazzerri’s late winner.
Gianluigi Buffon’s side had the better of the opening 20 minutes thanks to Mazzara’s early strike and he hit the post before adding a second from the penalty spot.
Juve responded quickly as Marco Borriello made a fine save from Giorgio Chiellini before Di Matteo’s side doubled their lead from the spot after 22 minutes.
Mazzara was again tested in the area and his effort was saved by Mancini.
Juventus’ attack did not last long and Buffon almost doubled the lead after the break as he finished superbly from close range.
The goal was Buffon all round good performance and he added the final flourish after the restart when he curled a free-kick beyond Mancino.
It was a disappointing end to a torrid day for the Bianconeri as they were held to a goalless draw at the Bernabeu.
Juventinio Buffon scored the opener against Juventus, but Mazzalari had the best of the two goals from Mancinelli.
The Buffon goals came after the interval and it was his second of the game as Turin extended their lead to two goals.
Juvenile goalkeeper Antonio Calanni made five saves, the most of any goalkeeper.
Mancinelli’s goal gave Turin the lead for the first time since the 2-1 win at Fiorentina on March 13.
The game was marred by the presence of a number of suspended players.
The only change to the team was the substitution of goalkeeper Antonio Zamparini, who is serving a three-match ban for the foul on Giuseppe Bellusci.