Napoli players hit the deck as Juve claim the three points and take a huge step towards another Serie A title.
Pjanic scores and sees red before Insigne penalty woe. Miralem Pjanic opened the scoring but followed Alex Meret in receiving a red card as Juventus held out for a 2-1 win over Napoli.
Lorenzo Insigneās penalty cannoned agonisingly back off the post as Napoli lost 2-1 to runaway leaders Juventus in a Serie A thriller that saw both teams finish with 10 men.
Miralem Pjanic converted the 28th-minute free-kick after Napoliās young goalkeeper Alex Meret was sent off for a professional foul on Cristiano Ronaldo and Emre Can made it 2-0 before half-time.
Despite operating with reduced numbers, Napoli hit the post through Piotr Zielinski between the Juve goals and Pjanicās second yellow card for deliberate handball gave them hope ā as did Jose Callejonās 61st-minute goal.
Insigne provided a superb assist but could not complete the comeback after Alex Sandro fell foul of a VAR review for handball having blocked Fabian Ruizās goalbound shot.
Napoliās relentless pressure then dropped off and Massimiliano Allegriās undefeated Juve now boast a mammoth 16-point lead over Carlo Ancelottiās men at the summit.
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