Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s punishment sparked a remarkable AC Milan comeback victory against title-chasing Juventus in the San Siro.
After an uneventful first half, Milan scored four unanswered second-half aims having gone 2-0 down to Juve strikes against Adrien Rabiot and Cristiano Ronaldo.
Ibrahimovic’s 62nd-minute punishment offered expect, earlier Franck Kessie and Rafael Leao finished a five-minute turnaround.
Ante Rebic added a fourth to procure a memorable success with 10 minutes remaining.
Defeat sees Maurizio Sarri’s unwanted overlook the opportunity to maneuver 10 points clear of second-placed Lazio, who lost 2-1 to relegation-threatened Lecce before on Tuesday.
It took Maurizio Sarri’s traffic until first-half trauma moment to register their first shot on goal, but Rabiot’s magnificent finish from the edge of the box — later working with the ball from his own half — ignited the competition into existence.
Ronaldo, who became the first player to achieve 25 Serie A targets in a season for the team as 1961 on Saturday, fulfilled Juan Cuadrado’s move to score to get a fifth consecutive game and depart Juve in management.
However, Ibrahimovic’s spot-kick, that was given later Leonardo Bonucci was penalised for handball, flipped the momentum.
Milan were shortly level after Kessie wriggled during the Juventus defence unchallenged, while Leao beat Gianluigi Donnarumma in his near post from a tight angle.
A fired-up Milan continued to assault Sarri’s shell-shocked side and have been honored as Rebic sailed house to seal three factors that send a resurgent Milan up to fifth. )