Juventus’s last-gasp win over Milan all-but settled the title but the race is on for a top-three spot and Inter’s 7-1 destruction of Atalanta gives them reason to believe
A stool smashed, a lamp shattered, graffiti scrawled across the walls. The only thing more dramatic than Juventus’s last-gasp win over Milan at J-Stadium were the reports of what came afterwards, with claims that members of the losing side had gone on a rampage in the changing rooms. Displays celebrating the Old Lady’s 2004-05 and 2005-06 title wins – officially revoked following the Calciopoli scandal – were said to have been daubed with the word “THIEVES”.
Such actions cannot be condoned, but it was easy to understand how Milan might have felt robbed on Friday night. They had come within seconds of ending Juventus’s run of 30 consecutive home victories, only to be undone by a 96th-minute penalty that should never have been. Although Stephan Lichtsteiner’s cross did strike Mattia De Sciglio’s arm inside the box, his was hardly a deliberate gesture.
Source: Football News
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