The Grifone coach was not impressed with the referee for awarding a penalty kick when the Ghanaian took a tumble in the penalty area and went on to criticise several decisions
The former Udinese star came off the bench after 55 minutes of play and won Juve a spot-kick some 20 minutes later, after going to the ground just a bit too easily in the opinion of De Canio.
"Compliments to Asamoah, he really is a born actor," De Canio sarcastically stated at his post-match press conference.
De Canio also criticised the referee for his decision not to dismiss Leonardo Bonucci in the first-half, while admitting that Genoa should have put the match to bed after the break.
"I think Leonardo Bonucci should have been sent off before the break, as it was a clear scoring opportunity.
"In the space of a few seconds we went from possibly going 2-0 up to drawing 1-1. That was the decisive moment of the match."
Genoa have dropped to 11th spot in the Serie A table following Sunday's defeat.