Italy international player Federico Chiesa was the star man as Juventus beat AC Milan to end their unbeaten run in the Italian Serie A. The new Juventus signingplayed his best game for the champions since he joined them from Fiorentina in the summer as he scored a brace to lead his team to a 3-1 win over the Rossoneri who has led the league till date. Italy national team player Federico Chiesa showed why Juventus paid over £50m to sign him last summer after they chased him for over a year.
Federico Chiesa is becoming an important player for both Juventus and Italy due to his performances since the new season started and he showed his quality again in a bigger way by hauling Juventus back into the thick of the title race in the top flight of club football in Italy. He scored the opening goal of the game on 16 minutes after linking up with fellow attacker Paolo Dybalaexquisitely. AC Milan recovered from the setback of the aforementioned Federico Chiesa strike by getting the equaliser five minutes before the break through Davide Calabria who produced a side-foot finish thereby levelling proceedings for his team as the two giants of club football in Italy went into the interval with a goal apiece.
Federico Chiesa helped Juventus to regain the lead on 62 minutes as AC Milan left-back Theo Hernandez could not handle the quality shown by the ex-Fiorentinaattacker. American international Weston McKenniemade sure of the points 14 minutes later off the assist from Swedish international DejanKulusevski. It was an important victory for Federico Chiesa and Juventus in their quest to win another league title. The win was enough to take Juventus into the top four on the league standings and seven points off Milan at the top of the table having played a game less than their latest opponents.