A late goal from Alessandro Matri helped Juventus claim a point at leaders AC Milan on Saturday evening.
Milan had taken the lead early on through Antonio Nocerino, and controversy reigned as Sulley Muntari saw a goal not given as the referee and his assistant failed to see it crossing the line.
And the decision not to allow Muntari's goal proved crucial as Matri struck the leveller just seven-minutes from time.
Chilean Arturo Vidal was also dismissed in the final-minute for Juventus, but they were able to hold on for the draw.
Two late goals from Rodrigo Palacio saw Genoa salvage a point at home to Parma.
The visitors raced into an early lead through Massimo Gobbi and they doubled their advantage just after the break with Sergio Floccari scoring.
Palacio then grabbed his first on 78-minutes as he scored from close-range after seeing a penalty save.
Then some six-minutes into added time, he slotted home the equaliser. In the aftermath of the goal Parma's Alessandro Lucarelli was sent-off.