Team news: Juventus were without the COVID-19 positive Alex Sandro, Juan Cuadrado as well as the injured Álvaro Morata. Milan had to do without the suspended Sandro Tonali as well as without the COVID-19 positive Rade Krunić and Ante Rebić and the injured Matteo Gabbia, Ismaël Bennacer, Alexis Saelemaekers and Zlatan Ibrahimović. Kickoff time was 20:45 CET at San Siro.

Goals: Chiesa (18′, 61′), Calabria (41′), McKennie (76′)

AC Milan (4-2-3-1) – Stefano Pioli
Gianluigi Donnarumma; Diogo Dalot (81′ Daniel Maldini), Simon Kjær (81′ Pierre Kalulu), Alessio Romagnoli, Theo Hernández; Davide Calabria (81′ Andrea Conti), Franck Kessié; Samu Castillejo (87′ Lorenzo Colombo), Hakan Çalhanoğlu, Jens Petter Hauge (67′ Brahim Díaz); Rafael Leão.
Unused: A. Donnarumma, Tătărușanu, Duarte, Musacchio, Frigerio.

Juventus F.C. (4-4-2) – Andrea Pirlo
Wojciech Szczęsny; Danilo, Leonardo Bonucci, Matthijs de Ligt, Gianluca Frabotta (87′ Merih Demiral); Federico Chiesa (63′ Dejan Kulusevski), Rodrigo Bentancur (74′ Arthur), Adrien Rabiot, Aaron Ramsey (74′ Federico Bernardeschi); Paulo Dybala (63′ Weston McKennie), Cristiano Ronaldo.
Unused: Buffon, Pinsoglio, Chiellini, Di Pardo, Fagioli, Portanova, Da Graca.

Referee: Massimiliano Irrati.

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dejan10
dejan10
14 days ago

Well done, Jube, you beat us with half our team missing. Let’s see what happens next time around. God I hate that team…

Elliotazzuri aka no 1 milan fan
Elliotazzuri aka no 1 milan fan
14 days ago
Reply to  dejan10

Is it juventus fault we don’t have good back up, or are we expecting nobody to get covid or injury, blame the management

Raven
Raven
13 days ago
Reply to  dejan10

And a guy who rejected Milan scored a brace…

Martin Bernhard
Martin Bernhard
14 days ago

Everything has to end and so did our streak of not losing since march unfortunately and bitterly it had to happen mainly because of injured and unavailable players. Some bad decisions by the ref as well had its affect. Anyways im sure most of us would have given our right arms last year to be in the current position with a very young team and topping the league. This team will only become better as time passes so we should all feell pride of what our team of youngsters has perfomed. When that is said i do believe that this… Read more »

Last edited 14 days ago by Martin Bernhard
ZionTrain
ZionTrain
13 days ago

I like Scamacca but 25m for a striker who hasn’t proven anything in Serie A is way too much. Milik would cost less and provide more guarantees.

Sassuolo evaluation is not realistic for Scammaca and they might end up in a situation like Torino did with Belotti.

Martin Bernhard
Martin Bernhard
13 days ago
Reply to  ZionTrain

He might be a bit more expenssive but in a year or something everyone will be screaming why we didnt pick him up while we could and i for one would take scamacca over milik any day no disgusion as he fits the mould as being zlatans heir and dont expect to get milik for much less than 15 mil. Besides of that milik is often injury prone. There might be a small opening though for the polish player on last day of the window but i dont think we should wait that long to get a new attacker and… Read more »

Last edited 13 days ago by Martin Bernhard
ZionTrain
ZionTrain
13 days ago

I hear you brother but I honestly don’t think we will get him. I agree that he fits the type of player we need according to our style of play but there’s strong rumors that Milan are aiming to Haaland next summer once we qualify for CL.

Martin Bernhard
Martin Bernhard
13 days ago
Reply to  ZionTrain

Well i have my doubts as well that he will join us but regardless of that he is much needed nevertheless. In regard of haaland i wouldnt keep my hopes up as it was recently revealed by one of either raiola or dortmund that he doesnt have a 70 mil release clause so you better expect him to leave for more if utd, real, barca also come knowcking on the germans clubs door.

Martin Bernhard
Martin Bernhard
13 days ago

Copy pasted from sempre milan Former referee Graziano Cesari has given his thoughts on some of the decisions that Massimiliano Irrati made during Milan’s game against Juventus last night. Cesari spoke to Pressing (via milan news) about incidents that took place, and explains that while Calhanoglu essentially committed a foul with both his arm and with his hip in the build-up to Milan’s equaliser, VAR was right not to intervene. That is because Irrati was very close to the incident and raised his arm to signal that there was no foul. This means that the VAR can not intervene, because the… Read more »

Last edited 13 days ago by Martin Bernhard
Raven
Raven
13 days ago

OK, I want to have a cool mind before I try to explain this. We often talk crap about our players, even the management, now it’s evident that we are not always right, things sometimes seem too easy. I won’t talk crap about anyone on this team, IMO, we were underperforming for quite some months, this team won due to crazy goals and the balls of some players. We missed key players, the ones I said that were unreplaceable: Ibra, Rebic, Bennacer. I could even add Saelemakers not due to his technical or physical abilities, but due to Samu being… Read more »