PAULO DYBALA scored a screamer to help keep Juventus on track to seal their ninth straight Serie A title.
Cristiano Ronaldo fired the visitors ahead in Bologna from the penalty spot midway through the first half.
The hosts were furious when the official pointed to the spot, with the help of VAR, after Matthijs De Ligt was floored from a corner.
Replays showed the decision was highly dubious but Bologna’s protests fell on deaf ears.
Ronaldo confidently stepped up and cooly hit the target to bag his 22nd league goal of the campaign.
It also ended the Portuguese star’s goal drought that had stretched to four games attracting criticism from Juventus boss Maurizio Sarri.
The Italian had hit out at his forwards for their drop in form but he was left applauding on the touchline when Dybala bagged a second.
A brilliant flick by Federico Bernadeschi found the Argentine who curled in a sensational effort into the far corner.
Juventus were comfortable throughout but ended the contest with ten-men when substitute Danilo was shown two yellow cards.
The victory moved them four points above Lazio at the top of the table although their rivals have a game in hand.
Sarri’s side still have 11 matches to play including facing Lazio on July 20th.