Kwadwo Asamoah made his 10th appearance of the season as Juventus opened up an 11 point gap at the summit of the log in Italy. The 28 year old lasted the full throttle as the Bienconeris edged out AC Milan in a frenzy contested tie.
The former Udinese utility player dropped to the left wide as Max Allegri’s charges denied their Rossineri counterpart with a last gasp penalty from Paollo Dyballa.
An opening goal from Mehdi Benatia shot the Old Ladies in front just 31 minutes into the traditionally revered fixture but an equaliser from Carlos Bacca tied the scores going into recess. The ensuing second half failed to produce ahy clear cut chance until Jose Sosa was sent off for AC Milan deep into additional time , allowing Juventus to punish the 10 men visitors with a 97th minute spot. Argentine teen prodigy Paollo Dyballa kept his cool to slot home the resultant kick to open up an 11 point lead at the summit of the log.