Juve started better with some options that could not be capitalized. Gradually, his rival took confidence and proved to Szczesny that he knew how to respond to keep his bow at zero. The first half ended very evenly, with options from both teams and no definition. Juan Guillermo Cuadrado did well in defense but when he tried to leave, he was well marked by the midfield of Milan.
In the second part two things happened that changed the game. The first, the entrance of Douglas Costa that gave more space and mobility to the midfield of the premises and the Departure of Cristiano Ronaldo by Paulo Dybala.
The Portuguese was replaced by the Argentine at minute 54. The player's discomfort was felt when he reached the bank where he did not look at his coach and went to the dressing room directly. But this change gave the victory to those in Turin.
At minute 76, Dybala scored the only goal of the game after a great collective play. In the end, the player left Romagnoli on the road and finished off the right post, unattainable for goalkeeper Donnarumma who had a good performance.
In the final minutes of the game, Juve handled the result to the encouragement of his fans. With this victory he regains the leadership of Serie A with 32 points with 10 games won, two draws and zero losses. Milan, meanwhile, is in 14th place with only 13 units.
Square played a good game. The Colombian joined Higuain in the attack and in the second half with Dybala to generate goal arrivals and met at the defensive level, especially in the first part of the game. The side completed 11 games in the Serie A season.
Paulo Dybala (54 ', Christian), Bonaventura (60 ', Rade Krunic), Douglas Costa (60 ', Federico Bernardeschi), Rafael Leao (65 ', Krzysztof Piatek), Rabiot (69 ', Matuidi), Rebic suede (84 ', Lucas Paqueta)
1-0, 76 ': Paulo Dybala
Referee: Fabio Maresca
VAR Referee: Paolo Silvio Mazzoleni
Rade Krunic (39 ', Yellow) Bennacer (44 ', Yellow) Square (55 ', Yellow) Theo Hernandez (88 ', Yellow) Hakan Calhanoglu (90 ', Yellow) Suso (90 ', Yellow