With two goals scored without a reply in the encounter that brought them together today, Saturday, at the San Siro stadium, in the ninth week of the Italian League, Milan earned a significant triumph over its visitor, Juventus.
video golas: AC Milan – Juventus Played on 10/08/2022
The first goal was scored by Fikayo Tomori in the 45th minute, while the second goal was scored by Brahim Diaz in the 54th minute to make the score 2-0. With this win, Milan increased their score to 20 points, moving up to tie for second place with leaders Napoli and third-place Atalanta, who had played one fewer game. Juventus’ score remained same at 13 points.
Milan! – Juventus: early assaults
In the opening minutes of the game, Juventus had a promising assault following a swift counterattack in which the ball traveled to Cuadrado’s right and was then passed to Kostic inside the area, who was in a fantastic shooting position but mishit the ball.
In the ninth minute, Cuadrado received the ball from another counterattack and passed it to Vlahovic on the right side. Cuadrado then hit a crawling ground shot past goalie Tatarusano’s right post.
Two minutes later, in the Milan penalty area, Cuadrado handed the ball to Vlahovic, allowing the striker to pass in front of him and reach the other striker Milik, who fired a shaky shot toward the goalkeeper’s gloves from the center of the goal.
Against Juventus, Diaz celebrates in the Messi way
In the ninth round of the Italian League, Milan and Juventus are playing at San Siro, where
Spanish sensation Ibrahim Diaz scored Milan’s second goal against Juventus.
After a launch from the middle of the field and a passing move involving Juventus defender
Leonardo Bonucci, Diaz scored in the 54th minute of the game. His shot hit the hand of
goalkeeper Szczeni and went into the net.
The Rossoneri had already taken the lead through Fikayo Tomori’s first goal in the 45th
minute when Diaz doubled their advantage.
After scoring, Diaz raced up to his team’s supporters and removed his jersey before raising it
in front of them in a similar manner to how Lionel Messi celebrated against Real Madrid in
the renowned Spanish Clasico.
In the Clasico that pitted Real Madrid and Merengue against one another in Barcelona in
April 2017, Messi scored the decisive winning goal in the waning seconds to give Barcelona
the victory (3-2).