Juventus began the season hoping to win a tenth consecutive Serie A title yet rather end up at risk for passing up a Champions League spot after a 3-0 home loss by top-four adversaries AC Milan on Sunday left them fifth with three games left.
Objectives from Brahim Diaz, Ante Rebic, and Fikayo Tomori got the success and sent Milan up to third on 72 focuses from 35 matches, leaving Juve a point behind fourth-put Napoli and requiring groups to drop focuses as they fight for a main four completion.
Brahim twisted home a staggering opener not long before the break to give the guests the halftime lead and they got an opportunity to broaden the benefit in the 56th moment just for Franck Kessie’s punishment to be saved by Wojciech Szczesny.
That miss didn’t demonstrate exorbitantly, nonetheless, as substitute Rebic arrowed a fine strike into the net a short ways from the time before safeguarding Tomori, borrowed from Chelsea, headed the third objective to seal a critical success for Milan four minutes after the fact.
Used to fighting it out for the Scudetto previously, Juve and Milan looked like two groups who were uncertain of a main four completion in an anxious first half.
Other than a header from Giorgio Chiellini, Juve attempted to make anything, with Cristiano Ronaldo abnormally tranquil.
Brahim lit up a helpless first half after Szczesny didn’t get enough on a punch, with the Real Madrid loanee tracking down the top corner on his initial beginning for Milan since March.
After the break, Juve improved, with Ronaldo, at last, moving a shot away, yet he was unable to discover the objective with his left foot, while Milan needed to pull out their top goalscorer this season, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, because of a physical issue.
Chiellini’s awkward handball skilled Milan the opportunity to broaden their lead, after a long VAR survey. In any case, Szczesny acted the hero – the Pole’s third punishment save from the last four spot-kicks he has looked in Serie An against Milan.
It was Ibrahimovic’s substitution Rebic who adequately finished Juve’s expectations of getting something from the match before Tomori picked a fortunate second to score his first objective for Milan.
The last whistle was welcomed with wild scenes of festivity from Milan staff and players, with their first away alliance succeeds at Juve since March 2011 placing them in a solid situation to get back to the Champions League, conceivably at their adversary’s cost.