Milan Beat Juve, Leave Serie A Up for Grabs

This weekend’s long awaited match up in the Italian Serie A drew the attention. 

The game ended up in Milan’s favour who have shown no form at all this season. El Shaarawy has been their most consistent player however; the support needs to be at par to support a player of his calibre. Taking a young attacking side to play Juventus, it seemed almost impossible for Milan to prove a point as the clock ticked on. 

The game came off with a spark with a few efforts on either side of the pitch, but the game came to life as a controversial penalty went Milan’s way as they openned the scoring. Robinho calmly converted from the spot. A notable player in the Rossoneri’s side, Mattia De Sciglio. The young Italian has been growing ever since he started off his career, taking advantage of Luka Antonini’s absence. 

On the other end, Mirko Vucinic finds his first team spot in doubt as he failed to finish off chances set up by supporting players. Sebastian Giovinco and Fabio Quagliarella prove to be more promising. On the other end, injury prone striker, Alex Pato is yet to make a true impact this season after failing to score yet again for this Milan side which is in desperate need of goals if they want to prove that they are beyond a less than mediocre team.

The game drew to a close as Milan claimed victory over the reigning champions. Napoli now just 2 points behind Juve look ahead to take the lead at a time that will assure confidence and a feeling of relief. It can however change the mindset if Juventus regain their winning scheme against Torino which they play BEFORE Napoli play their weekends’ fixture. 

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