Cristiano Ronaldo was to blame for Juventus' free-kick loss after he strangely lowered his head and covered his forehead, allowing the ball to fly over him.
Parma took the lead against Juventus thanks to a free-kick from Gaston Brugman except for Ronaldo, three of the four players in the Juve wall jumped to avoid it.
Instead, the 36-year-old remained motionless, his arms wrapped around his handsome chest. The ball, of course, flew over his lowered head and into the net.
Ronaldo continues to lack mastery of the wall, as he was also kept responsible for Porto's free-kick in the Champions League, which was critical in Juve's elimination from the competition this season.
At the Allianz Stadium, Juventus came back from a free-kick embarrassment to lead Parma 3-1.
The Serie A team, who are currently third and fighting for a Champions League qualification spot, took the lead thanks to a pair of Alex Sandro goals. After 68 minutes, Matthijs de Ligt added a third goal.
However, Ronaldo's odd behavior in the wall, in which he seems to make no effort to actually stop the ball (which is kind of the point of a wall), have drew criticism from football fans.