It was a typical match in the derby, and neither team was ahead after the first half hour.
With just over 15 minutes to go, Juventus struck twice in quick succession with Mario Balotelli setting up a Balotella volley, and the rest of the hosts had no chance.
Juventus then went on the attack in the second half, with Balotellas second goal of the match scoring the equaliser and an early penalty for Antonio Candreva to equalise.
It was Juventus’ fourth win in four games, while Atalantas only win in the league so far.
Mario Balotello scored his second goal in the 2-2 draw at JuveThis is the second time in five days the Italian champions have been drawn in the top flight of Europe’s elite competition.
They defeated Atalanti 1-0 in their opening Champions League match and beat Roma 2-1 in the last round of the Europa League.
The second leg will be held on Saturday.