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Maxime Lopez ran behind the Juventus defense to win a historic victory by chipping Sassuolo
Juventus suffered their third defeat in Serie A. Maxime Lopez's injury time strike earned Sassuolo a memorable victory.
Davide Frattesi, the mid-table visitor, led when he ran onto Gregoire Defrel through ball.
Weston McKennie appeared to have saved a point for Juventus by scoring a header with Paulo Dybala’s free-kick.
Lopez grabbed Domenico Berardi’s crossfield ball brilliantly and chipped Mattia perin with the very last kick.
It was Sassuolo’s ninth consecutive win in Serie A against Juventus.
Massimiliano Allegri, the Juventus boss, became the third person to manage the club in 200 Serie A matches after Marcello Lippi and Giovanni Trapattoni.
His side are now eighth on the table, 13 points behind AC Milan, and Lazio on goal differential.
They have now lost three of their first ten games since 1996. They lost four of their first ten games in 2015-16, but they still won the title.