News24xx.com - The game is quite interesting and enjoyable to watch. The two clubs attack each other.
The match host AC Milan host Juventus in the semifinals of the first leg of the Coppa Italia 2020 at the San Siro Stadium on Friday (2/14) early morning hrs, ending in a 1-1 draw.
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The first five minutes after the match began, Frank Kessie almost broke into the Juventus goal. But Buffon managed to ward off Kessie's hard shot.
Milan again tried their luck with Ibrahimovic's penalty kick in the 10th minute.
But again, Buffon's goal has not been broken into by the Rossoneri.
Appearing at home to the opponent, Juventus tried to storm the attack of the host.
In the 20th minute, Paulo Dybala tried to open fire but could still be held by AC Milan goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnaruma.
Entering the 25th minute, Buffon shows that old age does not reduce the instinct to dispel the opponent's attack. Through acrobatic action he managed to drive Davide Calabria's penalty away from the crossbar.
Ibrahimovic was given a yellow card after hitting De Light in the face with his arm when chasing the ball in the 35th minute.
Breaches occurred again when Hernandes in the 45th minute. The match got hotter when AC Milan coach Stefano Pioli got a warning from the referee because of his loud protests from outside the field.
Entering the second half, The Old Lady increasingly active attacking Milan's defense through several opportunities.
As reported by CNN Indonesia, Friday morning, Milan managed to lead in the 61st minute in the second half through Ante Rebic's header.
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Milan had to settle for playing with 10 players after Hernandez was rewarded a second yellow card for arguing with Dybala.
Juventus finally managed to respond through a penalty that was successfully executed by Christiano Ronaldo in six minutes of extra time.
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