Anyone who had been looking forward to the match between 2 teams in form in the Serie A was disappointed: slow pace, many errors and little goal danger.
The second half made up for it. First, Rabiot picked up the ball in his own half, everything and everyone walked past and rammed the ball into the top corner. Moments later, Kjaer and Romagnoli fumbled and Ronaldo took advantage.
Everyone thought about books, 0-2, but that was counted outside the VAR. He had seen hands and Ibrahimovic converted the penalty.
Nobody expected what happened next. 5 minutes later it was 3-2 for Milan after goals from Kessié and Leao, the replacement for Saelemaekers. The young Belgian had started the match for the second time in a row.
Juve was upset and Alex Sandro illustrated this with painful loss of ball. Bonaventura was alert and Rebic finished it all off: 4-2.
On Juve’s couch there was disbelief, Sarri choked on his cigarette filter. Are we still going to have a title fight in Italy?