Milan vs Juventus (4-2): Serie A is still alive, after Juventus’ incredible defeat at San Siro against Milan. Milan achieved an apotheosis comeback at San Siro to the break against all odds Sarri Juventus 4-2. Thanks to goals from Ibrahimovic penalty, Franck KESSIE, Rafael Leao, and sentencing of Ante Rebic. Juventus took the lead with goals from Rabiot and Cristiano Ronaldo.
Juve arrived in top form in the Serie A after leaving behind the setback of the Coppa a few weeks ago. It was one of the classics of Italy. A Milan vs Juventus always awaits great individual duels. Today, the eyes were mostly on two players. Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Cristiano Ronaldo; two soccer players hardened in a thousand battles, who take a special role in these events.
The meeting in San Siro began with an intense Milan and with Juventus. Who waited to later take the baton of the match. As the first half progressed, the Juventus gained confidence and meters on the pitch. The first to warn was Bernadeschi in the 9′ with a shy shot and soon after; Cristiano followed in another shot, which almost opened the scoring. However, the best chances of the first half were held by Piol. Who up to two times were able to break the net of goalkeeper Wojciech Szczęsny. In addition, Ibrahimovic achieved something on the edge of the break that was later canceled by an alleged offside.
Milan vs Juventus: Second Half
In the restart came the show and the goals. As soon as he left the locker room tunnel; Adrien Rabiot made a Maradonian goal that is probably the goal of the season in Series A. The French midfielder dribbled several players and put a shoe in the squad to open the can at San Siro. Soon, Cristiano Ronaldo saw the door in the oversight of the defense ‘Rossoneri’; that took advantage of a thousand wonders to place the 2-0 on the scoreboard.
However, Milan shot with pride and in just five minutes they turned the game around. First, Ibrahimovic scored a penalty in the 62 ‘after a disputed hand by Bonucci; followed by Franck Kessie’s (66 ‘) goal that put tables and a minute later, Rafael Leao made the comeback after a shot from below that surprised goalkeeper Szczesny (3-2).
Milan’s sentence had the signature of the Croatian Ante Rebic. Who in the 80th minute achieved the fourth with a goal from a beautiful factory by placing a dry and strong shot away from the goal of the Bianconero goal. The ecstasy of Milan, which came back against all odds against the leader of Serie A.