Juventus Vs Ac Milan ended in a goalless draw, but Juve advanced to the finals. Cristiano squandered a chance to give the host the lead in the first half.
Juventus edged out Ac Milan to reach the Finals of the Coppa Italia on away goal rule. With the old lady, Superstar Cristiano Ronaldo having a first-half penalty saved by Milan goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma.
After 3 months of absence, Football finally returned in Italy amid the COVID-19.
Both teams had played out a 1-1 draw, back in February in the first leg of the encounter at the San Siro before games were suspended.
A 16th-minute penalty was awarded to Juventus after Conti was judged to have handled the ball in the box 18 by the VAR. The former Real Madrid forward stepped up and took the spot-kick only to hit the base of the post after a fingertip touch from AC Milan goalkeeper.
Ronaldo has now gone 111 days without scoring a goal the second-longest scoring drought in his career. The Portuguese International has 21 goals 22 Serie A appearances this season.
Cristiano Ronaldo has gone 111 days without scoring a goal, the second-longest scoring drought (in days) of his career 👀 pic.twitter.com/eiQdFQv8vy
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AC Milan were reduced to 10 men after Antonio Rebic was given a red card for a dangerous high footed challenge on Danilo. However, Juve could not take advantage of their number.
The Old lady sealed through on an away goal rule as the match ended 0-0. A late equaliser courtesy Ronald in the first leg back in February ensured Juve continue their superiority over Milan in the Coppa Italia since 1985.
Juventus are on the verge of a 14th Coppa Italia title but will have to cross one more hurdle as they face the winner between Napoli and Inter Milan who are scheduled to play on Saturday 13th 2020.