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Juventus 0-1 AC Milan, Rossoneri firmly on top

Written By avatarx on Sunday, March 6, 2011 | 7:12 PM

Midfielder Gennaro Gattuso scored a single goal for AC Milan a 1-0 win over Juventus in Serie A continued on Saturday (03/06/2011) at Olympico.

Additional three points cemented Milan atop the standings by collecting 61 points. They while winning 8 points from Inter Milan, who was second. While Juve are still stuck in seventh place by collecting 42 points.

The defeat is certainly very painful for the "Old Lady". The reason, this being the third time losing streak since defeating Inter Milan 1-0 in mid-February.

The Game
Actually, both Juve and Milan demonstrate quick game and even tended to hard. In the third minute, Milan's first threatened by Zlatan Ibrahimovic. Receiving feedback from the left wing, Ibrahim fired hard. Unfortunately, the Swedish striker fired the ball was still soaring high.

Juve then responded by Milos Krasic at minute 10. However, his shot could still be blocked Milan goalkeeper Christian Abbiati.

In the mid-half, Milan looked more controlled game. The attack was launched from various lines. However, Gennaro Gattuso and his friends often make the mistake in releasing the bait.

After the break, Milan coach Massimiliano Allegri play Robinho to replace the injured Boateng. Robinho influx indirectly make Milan the stronger attacking power.

Milan hard work ultimately paid off through the goals that were created by Gatusso in the 68th minute. Successfully master the bait head of Ibrahim, Gatusso hard kick off immediately. The ball rolled profusely even though Buffon had read the direction of the round leather.

Winning 1-0, Allegri change team strategy. He pulled Antonio Cassano and replace it with Clarence Seedorf. Apparently, Allegri wanted to strengthen its center line.

However, Milan failed to add a goal due to poor resolution made available opportunity to be in vain.

Likewise with Juve who looks trouble out of the pressure. As a result, Juventus were forced to surrender in front of its own public after the score 1-0 to Milan's advantage lasted until the fight was over.

Line Up:
Juventus: Gianluigi Buffon, Giorgio Chiellini, Andrea Barzagli, Armand Traore, Frederik Sorensen, Felipe Melo, Claudio Marchisio, Jorge Martinez, Milos Krasic, Alessandro Matri (Del Piero 81), Luca Toni (Vincenzo Iaquinta 62)

AC Milan: Christian Abbiati; Thiago Silva, Alessandro Nesta, Marek Jankulovski, Ignazio Abate, Mark Van Bommel, Kevin-Prince Boateng (Robinho 46), Mathieu Flamini, Gennaro Gattuso, Antonio Cassano (Clarence Seedorf 70), Zlatan Ibrahimovic
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