Paulo Dybala scored twice as Serie A leaders Juventus came from behind to beat struggling Udinese and extend their winning run to five matches.
The Argentina international made it four goals in three games to lift the champions five points clear at the top.
Jakub Jankto put Udinese ahead as they looked to give former Juventus boss Luigi Delneri a winning start.
But Dybala, 22, curled in a free-kick to make it 1-1 and then won it with a penalty six minutes after the break.
Juventus are away to Lyon in the Champions League on Tuesday night after a draw and a win from their opening two group games.