Second-half substitute Carlo Pinsoglio incredibly preserved the lead for Juve in the 76th minute. Layvin Kurzawa’s cross found Jese unmarked six yards from goal, but the Italian somehow got a right hand on the shot to deny the Spaniard.
PSG would eventually level the scores again in the 80th minute. Giovani Lo Celso found Kurzawa ghosting into the box. His cross was met by the head of Javier Pastore who finished smartly to tie the match at 2-2 with ten minutes left to play.
A match full of drama had one final twist as Kean was taken down in the box by Presnel Kimpembe. Referee Ted Unkel pointed to the spot and Marchisio finished in the 89th minute to record his second goal of the match and give his side a 3-2 victory.
Juventus now head back to Boston where they will complete the 2017 International Champions Cup on Sunday at Gillette Stadium against Roma.