Juventus goals scored by Juan Cuadrado and Paulo Dybala.
Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri started the match with Alvaro Morata and Paulo Dybala up front.
Juventus advanced through Cuadrado with the first goal in the ninth minute in a superb manner, from a corner kick directly into the goal.
Dybala added the second goal in the 82nd minute after receiving from Bernardeschi inside the penalty area from the left side to hit a powerful ball into the net in the far corner.
Genoa, coached by Andrey Shevchenko, suffered its third defeat in the last four matches, during which time he failed to score a single goal.
With this victory, Juventus’ tally rose to 27 points in fifth place, seven points behind entering the golden square and fourth place, which Atalanta occupies with 34 points.
While Genoas balance stopped at the tenth point in the 18th place.
Juventus is a guest in the next match against Venice on Saturday, December 11, while Genoa will host Sampdoria at its stadium on Friday.