Result AC MILAN 0 – 1 JUVENTUS, Goal by Tevez, Saturday 20 September 2014, Serie A Week 3

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41% Ball Possession AC MILAN and 59% Ball Possession JUVENTUS

AC Milan    AC Milan 0 – 1 Juventus Juventus FC

71′ Carlos Tevez

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Serie A Standing BEFORE the game:
AC Milan,  1st position with 6  points and a positive goal difference of +3
Juventus, 2nd position with 6 points and a positive goal difference of +3

Pos Team P W D L Goals Diff. Points
1 Milan 2 2 0 0 8:5 3 6
2 Juventus 2 2 0 0 3:0 3 6


It’s a game  not only for the leadership, but also for the pride.  Sadly for AC Milan, they lose the  match failing to win their third consecutive victory.  The return to San Siro of the ex Milan coach Massimiliano Allegri now coaching Juventus.  The personal challenge between current coach Filippo Inzaghi and Allegri.   Highlight of the match is the debut of Milan forward Fernando Torres in the 76th minute.   Juventus claiming the victory and winning now their first 3 games in this Serie A.

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AC Milan making a substitution in the 67th minute replacing forward Stephan El Shaarawy with midfielder Giacomo Bonaventura.

Juventus taking the lead in the 71st minute after a combo move starting with the assist by midfielder Paul Pogba to forward Carlos Tevez.  AC Milan defender Ignazio Abate attempts to block Tevez but not reaching on time while AC Milan goalkeeper Christian Abbiati also anticipating but failing to stop the right footed shot by Tevez in the bottom right corner.   It’s the second goal of the season by Tevez.

AC Milan coach Filippo Inzaghi giving playing time to Spanish forward Fernando Torres in the 76th minute.  It’s Torres debut with Milan replacing midfielder Andrea Poli.

Finally, the awaited debut of Fernando Torres wearing number 9.

Juventus also making a substitution in the 76th minute by replacing midfielder Roberto Pereyra with midfielder Arturo Vidal.

Juventus goalkeeper Gigi Buffon protecting the net and keeping a  clean sheet.


In the 83rd minute, Juventus  making the last substitution replacing defender Stephan Lichsteiner with defender Romulo.

AC Milan also running out of time and coach Filipo Inzaghi making  the last substitution in the 83rd minute by replacing Keisuke Honda with forward Giampaolo Pazzini.


Referee Rizzoli giving a yellow card to AC Milan midfielder Sulley Muntari in the 83rd minute after a foul on Juventus midfielder Arturo Vidal.


In the 91st minute, Fernando Torres gets his first yellow card in Serie A after arguing with Juventus midfielder Kwadwo Asamoah.  Referee giving yellow cards to both.



Here is AC MILAN official starting lineup by coach Filippo Inzaghi:

AC Milan (4-3-3):  Christian Abbiati; Ignazio Abate, Rami, Zapata, De Sciglio; Poli, De Jong, Sulley Muntari; Keisuke Honda, Jeremy Ménez, Stephan El Shaarawy.

Here is JUVENTUS official starting lineup by coach Massimiliano Allegri:

Juventus (3-5-2): Buffon, Martin Caceres, Bonucci,  , Stephan Lichtsteiner, Pereyra, Claudio Marchisio, Pogba, Asamoah, Fernando Llorente,  Carlos Tévez.

According to Football Data  there could be two “unexpected” protagonists in Saturday’s Serie A match between Milan-Juventus: SULLEY MUNTARI AND MARTIN CACERES.

Out of 29 goals scored in Italy by the Ghana and Milan midfielder, he has scored 3 against Juventus. The Juventus and Uruguay defender on the other hand has scored 2 of his 6 goals in Italy versus Milan.

SERIE A: Juventus go into the match on the back of 9 straight wins between last season and the current one. The last side to defeat the bianconeri was Napoli at the San Paolo on the 7th of April.

INZAGHI: After taking on Lazio in Round 1, where his brother Simone played and is now coaching in the youth sector, and then Parma in Round 2 where he scored his first goal in Serie A, the Milan coach Filippo Inzaghi now faces the team where he won his first Scudetto as a player: Juventus.

ALLEGRI: The bianconeri coach has faced Milan twice as an adversary at the San Siro and on both occasions with Cagliari: in the 2008-09 and 2009-10 season.

CURIOUS FACT: Milan have not drawn a match in Serie A since the 23rd of March: Lazio-Milan 1-1.

Should he play this evening, Milan defender Pablo Armero would reach 100 appearances in Serie A.

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Disciplinary Situation before the game. 1 suspended player for AC MILAN: Daniele Bonera

No suspended players for JUVENTUS.

Before the game. Top scorer for AC MILAN: Forward Jeremy Menez with 3 goals
Top scorer for JUVENTUS: Claudio Marchisio, Carlos Tevez, and Martin Caceres with 1 goal each.

AC Milan Goals Goals Juventus
Menez, Jeremy 3 1 Marchisio, Claudio
Honda, Keisuke 2 1 Tevez, Carlos
de Jong, Nigel 1 1 Caceres, Martin
Bonaventura, Giacomo 1
Muntari, Sulley 1


Here are AC MILAN last 3 games:  2 wins, 1 lost

14/09/14 SA Parma Milan 4:5 Round 2
31/08/14 SA Milan Lazio 3:1 Round 1
17/08/14 CFG Valencia Milan 2:1


Here are JUVENTUS last 3 games: 3 wins

16/09/14 UCLG Juventus Malmo 2:0 Round 1
13/09/14 SA Juventus Udinese 2:0 Round 2
30/08/14 SA Chievo Juventus 0:1 Round 1



The choreography before the match with Milan fans  looking to see the team turning big again.


Click the video to watch the highlights of the game AC MILAN vs JUVENTUS, Saturday 20 September 2014, San Siro Stadium, Milan, Italy


Click the video to watch the commentaries from DIRETTA STADIO by Tiziano Crudelli


Serie A ticketsItalian Serie A Week 3

AC Milan – Juventus
Saturday 20 September  2014
San Siro  Stadium
Milan,  Italy


Referee: RIZZOLI
Assistants: ​​​​PADOVAN – DOBOSZ
Fourth Official: VUOTO
​​​​​​​ADD1: ROCCHI


Official formations – lineups:

AC Milan (4-3-3):  Christian Abbiati; Ignazio Abate, Rami, Zapata, De Sciglio; Poli, De Jong, Sulley Muntari; Keisuke Honda, Jeremy Ménez, Stephan El Shaarawy.

Subs.: Albertazzi, Armero, Mexès, Zaccardo, Van Ginkel, Bonaventura, Pazzini, Torres, Niang.

Coach.: Filippo  Inzaghi.

Juventus (3-5-2): Buffon, Martin Caceres, Bonucci, Giorgio Chiellini, Stephan Lichtsteiner, Pereyra, Claudio Marchisio, Pogba, Asamoah, Fernando Llorente,  Carlos Tévez.

Subs.: Storari, Rubinho, Romulo, Ogbonna, Padoin, Pepe, Vidal, Evra, Mattiello, Coman, Morata, Giovinco.

Coach.: Massimiliano Allegri.