TURIN – Advance on Saturday of the Italian Serie A football championship, Juventus-Milan 2-1, goal: Piatek on an assist from Bakayoko at 39 ', Dybala scored on a penalty awarded for a foul by Musacchio on the Argentine striker at 59 ′, Moise Kean on an assist by Miralem Pjanic in the 83rd minute.
Kean launches Juventus towards the scudetto, Milan in crisis.
Kean enters and does what he does best: score. The goal of the blue millennial brings Juventus closer to its eighth consecutive championship and condemns Milan to a deep crisis . If Napoli should lose against Genoa, Juve would be the Italian champion tomorrow. If the Bianconeri laugh, the Rossoneri cry.
In the last four games, Milan have lost against Inter, Sampdoria and Juventus and have only remedied the misery of a point in the home match against Udinese. The Rossoneri had accumulated a good advantage in the Champions League but due to these negative results, the fourth place is in great danger. Tomorrow it could be overtaking by Atalanta.
The referee Fabbri infuriated Milan. Here are his key decisions.
Milan had gone ahead with a goal from Piatek but then Juventus completed the recovery in the second half with Dybala and Kean . Fabbri 's arbitration sent Milan on a rampage . In the first half, he did not concede a penalty to the Rossoneri, after consulting the var, for an elbow by Alex Sandro on a Calhanoglu cross. In the second half, he assigned the penalty of a draw to Juventus for Musacchio's intervention on Dybala. The Rossoneri shouted at the double standards in its decisions.
Kean always marks, Juventus can no longer renounce the blue millennial.
Moise Kean is traveling at an incredible average of one goal every 60 minutes. He scored 5 goals in 7 league games with Juventus, a goal in a presence in the Italian Cup and two goals in three games with the Italian national football team. It is already the second time that Allegri throws him into the fray in an attempt to win and Kean responds by taking the winning goal. It happened against Empoli, it happened today in the big match against Milan.
Dybala furious with Allegri at the time of replacement.
The only discordant note at Juventus was Dybala's reaction at the time of substitution. The Argentine striker threw down the cuff and continued to protest for a long time from the bench. Today was a great opportunity for Dybala and the Argentine exploited it. He did not regret Cristiano Ronaldo but despite all this, Allegri replaced him anyway. The Tuscan coach was right because Kean, who entered the field in place of Dybala, decided the game with yet another goal of his magical period.
The match report.
The first chance to score in the match was created by Milan. Suso crossed very well from the right for Piatek. The Polish bomber had been forgotten on the second post but he hit his head very badly and was unable even to frame the mirror of the goal defended by Szczesny.
At 9 ', Emre Can frightened Allegri because he had to go out on the sidelines due to injury. After an interview with the doctors, the German footballer decided to return to the field to continue playing the game. At 13 ', Dybala was thrown into the net by Bernardeschi but instead of kicking in the goal, he tried to pass it back to the Italian national team but he was wrong to support. In this way, Juventus has thrown away an excellent scoring opportunity.
At 23 ′, Emre Can was forced to leave the field due to an ankle injury he suffered in the 9 ′. The German tried to stay in the field but in the end he had to raise the white flag. In his place, Sami Khedira returned to the field after the heart problem that had kept him out of the field for over a month. At 35 ', the referee Fabbri went to the var to analyze a touch of elbow by Alex Sandro on Calhanoglu's cross.
After a brief consultation, Fabbri decided not to assign a penalty to Milan. This episode from slow motion has loaded the Rossoneri who have gone ahead at 39 '. Bakayoko stole the ball from Bonucci and served Piatek who did not make a mistake in front of Szczesny. The first half ended with Milan ahead of a goal against Juventus. He scored the usual Piatek.
At 58 ', Dybala was overwhelmed by Musacchio and referee Fabbri awarded Juventus the penalty kick . Dybala scored with a central conclusion. At 65 ', Dybala was replaced by Allegri to include Kean in the field. Dybala didn't take it well at all and threw her cuff to the ground in disapproval. Once seated on the bench, Dybala continued to curse with the other players kept out by Allegri.
At 85 minutes, Juventus completed the comeback. Miralem Pjanic was very good at removing the ball from Calabria and throwing Kean, the young blue millennial, who really always marks, started a diagonal with the elusive right hand for Reina.
Juventus-Milan, this is how the two coaches played it.
Massimiliano Allegri decided to play the game with 3-5-2. Szczesny was confirmed in the Juventus stakes, before him Allegri decided to focus on a three-man defense with De Sciglio, Leonardo Bonucci and Rugani. Large midfield with Spinazzola and Alex Sandro on the outer lanes, Emre Can and Bentancur to protect the defense and Bernardeschi free to invent football.
Forward, the rejection for Moise Kean arrives. The offensive tandem sees Mario Mandzukic, fresh from contract renewal, in the role of striker with Paulo Dybala second striker. Cristiano Ronaldo is absent due to injury and is doing everything to get back on the field against Ajax in the first leg of the Champions League quarter-finals.
In Milan, the great absentee is Lucas Biglia. Despite the absence of Lucas Paqueta due to injury, Gattuso decided not to bet on the Argentine's inspiration. Milan were lined up with the 4-3-3 with Pepe Reina between the posts in place of the injured Donnarumma and a four-man defense with Calabria right-back, Rodriguez left-back and Musacchio and Romagnoli at the center of the defense.
Median three-handed with the muscular Franck Kessie, returning after the fight in the derby with Biglia and the fine, and Bakayoko and with the inspiration of the Turkish Calhanoglu. Trident offensive with Suso and Borini, the real surprise of the day, alongside the Polish striker Piatek. Initial bench for Cutrone.
Here are the official formations of Juventus-Milan.
JUVENTUS (3-5-2) : Szczesny; De Sciglio, Bonucci, Rugani; Spinazzola, Bernardeschi, Can, Bentancur, Alex Sandro; Mandzukic, Dybala.
Available: Pinsoglio, Chiellini, Khedira, Cancelo, Matuidi, Pjanic, Kean, Del Favero, Matuidi, Nicolussi Caviglia.
Coach: Massimiliano Allegri.
MILAN (4-3-3): Reina; Calabria, Musacchio, Romagnoli, Rodriguez; Kessie, Bakayoko, Calhanoglu; Suso, Piatek, Borini.
Available: Donnarumma A., Soncin, Abate, Caldara, Laxalt, Strinic, Zapata, Bertolacci, Biglia, Mauri, Castillejo, Cutrone.
Coach: Gennaro Gattuso.
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