The Primera Division champions Juventus took the lead early on in the second half but Peruvian striker Roberto Simeone’s side held on to claim their third win of the campaign as the Italians beat Peru 3-0.
After the hosts had scored twice in the first half, Juve equalised when Ciro Immobile scored the equaliser for the visitors.
“The first half we dominated them and the second we struggled,” Peruvian keeper Simeoni told La Gazzetta dello Sport.
“We wanted to give them something.
We wanted to get in the game and win it.”
The Peruvian defence was forced to make a number of saves to deny Simeon a chance to score after a quick pass from Immobile, who was making his first appearance for the club.
A free-kick from Mario Mandzukic went just wide and it was Peruvian goalkeeper Jair Pereira who saved from Marco Franco.
But Mario Mandzan was denied a third before Simeón fired his 25th-minute free-thrown goal in the 27th minute to give Juve a 3-2 lead.
Pereira was forced into action in the 78th minute when he was forced out of position by Peruvian defender Jair Simeo, and was then replaced by Roberto Di Matteo.
The home side continued to press and after Mario Mandzeri missed a shot, Peruvian attacker Lucas Pineda fired a shot across goal and into the top corner to seal the victory.
Juventus are now seven points clear of Peru in the Primera División.