Juventus secured a vital point in their battle to escape from Group B of the Champions League.
The Bianconeri actually dropped a place, falling to last place in the group as a result of FC Copenhagen's victory over Galatasaray in the evening's other fixture.
Strangely, though, the Old Lady cheered gleefully when news filtered through of Roberto Mancini's side's surprise defeat.
It now gives them an edge in the pursuit of second place in the group and subsequently qualification for the knockout phase of the tournament.
Victory over the Danish champions in Game 5 will lift Juve into second place if Real Madrid can take care of business over Galatasaray.
When Game 6 arrives, Juve would only need a point in Istanbul to progress, which would not have been the case had the Aslan won in Copenhagen on Tuesday.
Here are six things we learned from the clash at the Juventus Stadium.