Juve squander chance to go top
Juventus missed the chance to move back to the top of Serie A as they were held 1-1 by Bologna at the Stadio Dell'Ara on Wednesday night.
Marco Di Vaio put the home team in front in the 17th minute with Mirko Vucinic levelling matters for the Bianconeri in the 59th minute.
Juve lost Leonardi Bonucci to a red card in the 84th minute, while coach Antonio Conte was also dismissed as tensions flared as Juve drew their 13th game of the season, leaving them two points adrift of AC Milan at the top of the table.
Juve's biggest problem this season has been drawing too many games. The Bianconeri have not lost a single league game this term, but with now half of their games ending all square, they run the risk of going through an entire season unbeaten and still not winning the Scudetto.
Sebastian Giovinco earned and converted a late penalty to hand Parma a share of the spoils in a 2-2 draw against Fiorentina.
The visitors looked to be heading for their second win on the road this season when they led 2-1 five just minutes from time but Fiorentina's Mattia Cassani held Giovinco in the area and the referee immediately blew his whistle and pointed to the spot.
Stefano Okaka had scored the first goal of the game for the hosts in the 28th minute but Fiorentina's Matja Nastasic equalised on the hour mark. After substitute Alessio Cerci put the visitors ahead, the penalty saved Parma.
The result has lifted Fiorentina to 12th place while Parma have climbed to 16th, four points clear of the drop zone.
Ten-man Cesena held Catania to a goalless draw to stop their losing run. Cesena defender Daniel Pudil was sent off for dissent after 21 minutes, but the visitors failed to capitalise on their numerical superiority and had to settle for a point.