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Juventus V/S Milan (0-3): Full match result ,analysis and highlights –


Milan pushed Juventus out of the Serie A main four with a 3-0 success in Turin on Sunday which builds their expectations of Champions League football interestingly since 2014.

Juventus V/S Milan (0-3): Full match result ,analysis and highlights-

Juventus V/S Milan
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Milan pushed Juventus out of the Serie A main four with a 3-0 success in Turin on Sunday which builds their expectations of Champions League football interestingly since 2014. 

Brahim Diaz put Milan ahead not long before the break with Anton Rebic and Fikayo Tomori adding two more in the second half after Franck Kessie had missed a punishment. Milan climb to third, equivalent on 72 focuses with second-put Atalanta, with Napoli a further two focuses behind in fourth and the last Champions League billet. 

Juventus are presently fifth, one point behind the best four with three games left to play, incorporating the following end of the week’s conflict with recently delegated champions Inter Milan. 

The advancement came not long before half time with Diaz scoring on the bounce back after Juventus goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny cleared a Hakan Calhanoglu free-kick. 

Milan ought to have gone two up not long before the hour when Giorgio Chiellini was decided to have taken care of the ball, however Szczensy denied Kessie’s frail punishment. 

Star striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic fell off with a knee injury following 65 minutes with Diaz likewise supplanted five minutes after the fact. 

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Yet, Rebic multiplied Milan’s lead with an awesome hit with 12 minutes to go and Tomori put the cherry on the cake when he headed home the third minutes after the fact. 

Prior Atalanta ignored consigned Parma 5-2 to move once again into second. 

Gian Piero Gasperini’s side are surrounding a third sequential period of Champions League football as they sit two focuses in front of third-put Napoli with three games to play.

Atalanta have the top  in Serie in front of recently champions Inter Milan which they added to Parma with Ruslan Malinovskyi getting the first following 12 minutes. 

Luis Muriel and Matteo Pessina went ahead after the split and the Colombian set up the Italian for the second six minutes after the fact. 

Muriel at that point struck twice inside 10 minutes in the last quarter of an hour to carry his count to 21 objectives this mission. 

Aleksei Miranchuk snatched a fifth in injury time after Juan Brunetta and Simon Sohm had pulled two objectives back late for Parma. 

Sassuolo kept their Europa League trusts bursting at the seams with a 2-1 success over Genoa, with objectives in one or the other half from Giacomo Raspadori and Domenico Berardi. 

Roberto De Zerbi’s side are eighth, two focuses behind Roma, who squashed consigned Crotone 5-0 to end their four-match winless class run, days after their Europa League exit to Manchester United. 

Borja Mayoral and Lorenzo Pellegrini both scored twice with Henrikh Mkhitaryan getting his first objective in more than a quarter of a year. 

Cagliari won the fight with transfer rivals Benevento 3-1, to move four focuses clear of the drop zone, equivalent on focuses with Torino who held Hellas Verona 1-1. 

Benevento were granted a late punishment which might have grabbed a 2-2 draw, however it was overruled after a VAR survey. 

Joao Pedro fixed the success for the Sardinians profound into injury time.

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