AC Milan defender Thiago Silva has lamented Sulley Muntari's disallowed goal during the 1-1 draw with Juventus on Saturday.Ghanaian Muntari saw his header cross the line in the second of the Serie A clash at San Siro, only for the assistant referee not to award the goal.
Silvio Berlusconi has berated match officials after AC Milan's 1-1 draw with Juventus, calling for goal-line technology to be introduced.Hosts Milan led 1-0 in Saturday's Serie A clash at San Siro, and they were denied a two-goal advantage when Sulley Muntari header's was disallowed after the assistant referee decided the ball had not crossed the line.
AC Milan midfielder Antonio Nocerino was delighted to score against former team Juventus during a 1-1 draw between the two teams.Nocerino, 26, put Milan ahead 15 minutes into the match at San Siro, thanks to a shot which deflected off Leonardo Bonucci.
AC Milan defender Luca Antonini bemoaned Sulley Muntari's disallowed goal in his team's 1-1 draw with Juventus on Saturday.Scudetto holders Milan led thanks to Antonio Nocerino's effort early in the match at San Siro, and Muntari's 'goal' would have given the hosts a commanding 2-0 advantage.
Juventus striker Alessandro Matri says his offside strike evened out Sulley Muntari's disallowed header for AC Milan in Saturday's 1-1 draw.Ghana international Muntari looked to have scored a legitimate goal 25 minutes into the clash between Serie A's top two teams, only for the linesman to decide the ball did not cross the line.
Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon said he was unaware Sulley Muntari's shot crossed the line, in their 1-1 Serie A draw with AC Milan.Saturday's clash at San Siro was packed with controversy, and no moment was bigger than Muntari's disallowed goal, which Buffon swept from inside the goal back into the field of play.
Juventus coach Antonio Conte has expressed his disdain at the tense nature of his side's 1-1 draw with AC Milan in Serie A on Saturday.Conte's men bagged a late point courtesy of substitute Alessandro Matri, who cancelled out Antonio Nocerino's early strike.
Alessandro Matri extended Juventus' incredible unbeaten streak to 27 matches as they drew 1-1 with AC Milan in the Serie A on Saturday.Juventus entered the match without a defeat since May 15, when they lost 1-0 to Parma.
Paolo Maldini has criticised former club AC Milan and also took a swipe at Juventus as the teams prepare to meet in Serie A.Maldini, 43, has previously been tipped to join Milan's coaching staff, but the retired Italy international defender poured cold water on rumours of a potential return to Milanello.
Giorgio Chiellini says Juventus plan to take the game to AC Milan during Saturday's top-of-the-table Serie A showdown at San Siro.Versatile Italy defender Chiellini is wary of the threat posed by reigning champions Milan, even without suspended striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
AC Milan's Massimo Ambrosini does not believe Saturday's clash with Juventus will decide the outcome of the Serie A title.Reigning champions and league leaders Milan sit one point above second-placed Juve in the standings, but Antonio Conte's men from Turin do have a game in hand.
Alberto Aquilani wants his AC Milan colleagues to prove their superiority over Juventus when the top two teams meet in Serie A on Saturday.Midfielder Aquilani spent last season on loan at Juve from Liverpool, and has considerable respect for the Turin outfit.
Andrea Pirlo can strike a blow against his former employers when Juventus travel to AC Milan in a match that could decide the Serie A title.Juventus are a point behind the league-leaders and have a game in hand.
Juventus boss Antonio Conte has played down the fact that Milan will be without Zlatan Ibrahimovic for Saturday's blockbuster Serie A clash.The Lega Calcio's Disciplinary Committee announced on Thursday that it had rejected Milan's appeal to have Ibrahimovic's three-match ban reduced, meaning he will not be able to play against his former club at San Siro.
AC Milan coach Massimiliano Allegri has played down the importance of his side's match against title rivals Juventus on Saturday.The Serie A champions host Juve at San Siro looking to increase their one point lead on the Turin club, who trail Milan in second with a match in hand.
AC Milan defender Mario Yepes is eagerly anticipating Saturday's Serie A blockbuster against Juventus at San Siro.All eyes will be on Juventus playmaker Andrea Pirlo as the midfielder returns to the club where he achieved great success, but Yepes has warned that there is more to their opponents than just the 32-year-old Pirlo.
Juventus forward Alessandro Matri believes AC Milan are favourites heading into Saturday's highly anticipated Serie A encounter at San Siro.The Old Lady have already defeated the reigning champions twice in the 2011-12 campaign, but Matri believes that the Rossoneri are in prime position to grab the full three points on Saturday evening.
AC Milan midfielder Urby Emanuelson said he realises the importance of his side's Serie A blockbuster with Juventus on Saturday.The San Siro outfit sit top of the Italian top-flight table with a one-point lead over their rivals Juve, who have one game in hand, but the latter took all six points on offer from their two league clashes last season.
AC Milan defender Thiago Silva said his side are hungry, ahead of their home Serie A blockbuster with Juventus on Saturday.The Brazil international Silva conceded that the reigning champions had some motivational problems at the start of the 2011-12 campaign, but he was adamant that they have now regained their determination to win trophies.
Juventus coach Antonio Conte may offer Fabio Quagliarella a rare starting spot for their blockbuster with AC Milan in Serie A on Saturday.Conte will hope that the former Napoli striker's impressive display against Catania last weekend will provide some much needed momentum as they face their title rivals at San Siro.
Juventus midfielder Andrea Pirlo said he is hoping that AC Milan striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic will play in their Serie A clash on Saturday.The Sweden international Ibrahimovic received a red card in his side's scoreless draw against Napoli earlier this month, and was consequently handed a three-game suspension.
AC Milan coach Massimiliano Allegri believes next weekend's Serie A match against Juventus could prove to be decisive in the title race.Milan beat Cesena 3-1 on Sunday to leapfrog Juventus on the league table and Allegri is confident his side will put in a strong performance in the encounter at San Siro on Saturday.
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|26-02||Berlusconi wants goal-line technology|
|26-02||Nocerino thrilled with Juve strike|
|26-02||Antonini rues ´ghost´ goal|
|26-02||Matri: Luck evened itself out|
|26-02||Buffon blind-sided by ghost goal|
|26-02||Heated battle irritates Conte|
|26-02||Serie A wrap: Milan, Juve share spoils|
|25-02||Maldini lashes Milan, Juve|
|25-02||Chiellini: Juve playing to win in Milan|
|25-02||Milan´s Ambrosini: Juve clash not decisive|
|25-02||Aquilani: Milan are better than Juve|
|25-02||Serie A preview: Milan, Juve set for showdown|
|24-02||Conte unfazed by Ibra absence|
|24-02||Allegri plays down Juve fixture|
|24-02||Yepes excited for heavyweight battle|
|24-02||Matri eases pressure on Juventus|
|23-02||Juve clash a title decider, says Emanuelson|
|22-02||Silva salivating for Milan success|
|21-02||Quagliarella gives Conte selection headache|
|20-02||Pirlo keen for Ibrahimovic clash|
|19-02||Juve clash will be decisive, says Allegri|