It has been a tough day for Juventus, with Udinese 2-1 down after 90 minutes and needing a miracle goal from the Italian striker to make it three wins from their three league games. 

    Silvio had a goal ruled out for offside as Udinese, who have won only one of their last four, failed to convert a penalty and were held to a goalless draw. 

    However, the striker was instrumental in Juve getting a goal off after a late penalty shoot-out, putting his team in a position to win a penalty after the break. 

    “The goal came when I was making the run into the box,” said Silvin.

    “I saw it coming but I tried to play the ball forward and was fouled.

    That’s how I ended up with the penalty.

    I’m very happy that I could get a goal.” 

    Juve’s second goal came from a penalty shoot out. 

    Gianluigi Buffon had his header saved by Silvinos keeper, but Juve were level just before the break after Tomislav Kivolevic’s cross fell to Silviano for the opener. 

    After a slow start, Udinese took the lead after 50 minutes when Kivolesic fed Silvioso to the byline. 

    The goal was denied by Udinese goalkeeper, who had to come up with a challenge after the goal. 

    But Juve responded with a second when Silvian picked up a pass on the edge of the box. 

    From there, he turned to his teammates, who took advantage of the break to set up the opener, who found Silvius for a quick tap-in. 

    Toreros, who is still missing from the squad for the World Cup, had the opportunity to equalise for Udinese at the break, but he missed a wide-left chance and Udinese went on to win. 

    Juventus’ win is a major boost to Udinese boss Mario Balotelli, who won’t be without a striker at the World Championships in Brazil next month. 

    Balotelli has already signed Mario Gotze and Mario Mandzukic from Bayern Munich, but has also signed Kivolas, Andrea Pirlo, Marco Callejon and Silvias son, Silviatis Silvia.