AC Milan were handed their first loss against reigning Serie A champions Juventus, coached by former Milan player Andrea Pirlo.
Gazzetta dello Sport commented on the match and the key events of the game. According to the newspaper, the action in which Calhanoglu recovers the ball to trigger the attack that resulted in Davide Calabria's goal was a foul committed on Juve's midfielder Rabiot. For the Bianconeri, there should have been a red card for Bentancur as he deserved to receive two yellow cards during the game. Finally, a penalty was not whistled for Milan in the 93rd minute for a foul by Rabiot on Brahim Diaz.
The referee of the game Irrati, did not manage the game well as he was given a 4.5 rating in Gazzetta's ratings, which you can read here.