By FOX Sports Staff
The famed Italian marksman unleashed a thunderous shot in the 59th minute that even a diving Gianluigi Buffon could do nothing to stop.
It proved to be the only goal in the game as the Giallorossi held out for the win, dominating the Serie A leaders at the Stadio Olimpico along the way as well.
The performance ensured that they picked up three points for the first time this year within the league but Totti does not wish the capital club to get complacent.
"At Roma it is very easy to go over the top after a victory," he warned after the game.
" I think we must keep our feet on the ground, take it one Sunday at a time and see where we end up.
"I hoped for this, as we don't deserve our current position. The team always tries to give its all for ourselves and the fans. Unfortunately lately we haven't achieved that.
"Only with great character could we beat a team like Juventus. It was normal that at the start we were timid, as we are coming off a very difficult time and Juve are among the best teams in Europe.
"We held out in the first half, then stepped up and were able to get the victory."
The 36-year-old forward was also extremely apologetic about injuring Juve midfielder Andrea Pirlo. The two had a clash early on in the game with Totti catching the veteran midfielder on the knee with his studs, necessitating medical treatment in the aftermath.
"It isn't like me to do a foul like that. He anticipated me and I was really sorry, but thankfully he was able to continue."