Manuel Locatelli fired AC Milan to a hard-earned 1-0 win over Serie A leaders Juventus at the San Siro as Vincenzo Montella's young side continued their impressive start to the season.
Milan had lost their last nine matches against the Bianconeri, including last season's Coppa Italia final, but a rocket from 18-year-old midfielder Locatelli on 65 minutes proved enough to secure a first win over Juve since November 2012.
|The win was Milan's first over Juventus since 2012 after 8 consecutive loses|
On the last play of the game, 17-year-old Milan keeper Gianluigi Donnarumma produced a brilliant fingertip save to turn over a long-range effort by Sami Khedira which looked destined for the top corner.
Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri was forced to make a change on 33 minutes when Paulo Dybala pulled up, feeling the back of his thigh, whil Milan lost M'Baye Niang to an ankle injury after the goal.
Milan move up into second place, two points behind Juve and three ahead of Roma, who host Palermo on Sunday night.
Locatelli's amazing goal. #MilanJuve #ForzaMilan #ForzaLoca pic.twitter.com/0wgSS5ydz1— Milan Fans (@MilanEye) October 22, 2016