Juventus closed the gap on the Serie A top six with a thumping 4-0 win over Empoli at the Allianz Stadium.
Goals from Moise Kean and Weston McKennie on eight and 56 minutes gave the hosts a healthy lead, and Adrien Rabiot added two as four proved the difference in an otherwise drab affair that lacked any real clear-cut chances.
Up to seventh, the Old Lady secured two successive victories for the first time this term as Empoli, labelled a tricky test in the build-up, struggled to trouble the hosts.
Now, after two good wins against city rivals Torino and here against Empoli, Juventus have reacted well after their 2-0 defeat to Milan. They must now use these victories as a foundation to kick on and challenge at the top again, as the pressure on Allegri subsides.