Francesco Totti  moved within a goal of second place on the all-time Serie A scoring list as AS Roma took a 1-0 victory over Juventus Sunday.

Totti delivered an inspired performance, providing the deciding goal early in the second half as Roma (37 points) snapped a six-game (0-4-2) winless streak, gaining its first victory since Aurelio Andreazzoli replaced Zdenek Zeman as coach and moving into seventh place.

Juventus (55 points) remained in first place, but suffered a letdown five days after taking an impressive 3-0 win over Celtic in the Champions League.

Totti, who was cautioned in the 31st minute after committing a foul on Andrea Pirlo , drove a shot just under the bar following a short clearance in the 58th minute.

Juventus struggled offensively, then added Sebastian Giovinco ( for Mirko Vucinic ) and Nicolas Anelka ( for Arturo Vidal) in the second half, but could not penetrate Roma's back line and goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg.

The all-time Serie A scoring leader is Silvio Piola (274 goals in 537 games). The No. 2 active Serie A scorer is Udinese's Antonio Di Natale (167 goals in 345 apperances).