Young Milan beat mighty Juve
Montella’s young Milan side yesterday defeated league leaders and champions Juventus thanks to great goal from youngster Locatelli mid-way through the second half.
For Juventus this was the second consecutivve defeat at San Siro after suffering the same fate against Inter some weeks ago.
Jueventus had a first half Pjanic goal disallowed by the referee and Milan scored the winner on 65 minutes when 18year old Locatelli fired home a beauty.
In the dying seconds goalkeeper Donnarumma saved Milan’s victory effecting a great save off a Khedira shot.
The victory consolidates Milan’s second place as they now trail the Bianconeri by two points.
Sampdoria ended a six-match winless streak in style by beating rival Genoa 2-1 in a Serie A derby yesterday.
Sampdoria moved up to 13th place while Genoa remained ninth.
Luis Muriel put Sampdoria ahead 12 minutes in after being set up by Fabio Quagliarella at the edge of the box.
Luca Rigoni equalized midway through the first half by redirecting a low cross from Edenilson.
After both sides hit the crossbar, Genoa goalkeeper Mattia Perin blocked a penalty from Fabio Quagliarella in first-half added time.
It was Perin's sixth save in 24 penalties he has faced in Serie A, an impressive save rate of 25 percent.
Shortly after the break, Sampdoria reclaimed the lead with an own goal from Armando Izzo. Perin punched away a cross from Muriel but the ball bounced in off of Izzo, as Quagliarella applied pressure by the near post.
18-year old Locatelli celebrating his winning goal