Juventus botched the opportunity to step toward a ninth progressive Serie A title as it let a two-objective lead sneak away in an astonishing 4-2 misfortune at AC Milan on Tuesday.
After second-place Lazio lost 2-1 at assignment undermined Lecce before, Juventus could have broadened its lead at the head of the table to 10 focuses with a success.
A tight first half completed scoreless after Zlatan Ibrahimovic had an objective precluded for offside in the blink of an eye before the break.
However, Adrien Rabiot broke the gridlock two minutes after the restart by twisting a strike into the upper right corner. What’s more, Cristiano Ronaldo multiplied Juve’s lead six minutes after the fact.
Be that as it may, Milan turned the match around totally over the course of about five minutes.
First Ibrahimovic changed over a punishment in the 62nd moment following a handball from Leonardo Bonucci. At that point came quickfire objectives from Franck Kessié and substitute Rafael Leão.
Milan expanded its favorable position a short ways from full time when Giacomo Bonaventura exploited a blunder from Juventus safeguard Alex Sandro to set up Ante Rebic.