Ante Rebic has saved Milan from the loss against Juventus and from the first defeat this season, while denying the whites the first victory in the league this season.
Alvaro Morata had given Juventus the lead early in the first half at the Allianz Stadium, but Rebic had the final say in leveling the score at the end of the second half on Sunday.
Milan now share the top of Serie A with Inter with 10 points each after four games, while Juventus collects only two points in 18th place.
Massimiliano Allegri’s team is without a win in the first four games, two draws and two losses.
The only victory that Juventus has achieved this season in fact, is the 3-0 triumph against Malmo in the Champions League in midweek.
The way the whites and blacks played in the first half hinted that the first victory in Serie A would come exactly against the red and black rival.
Morata gave Juventus the lead in the 4th minute, paralyzing the goalkeeper in a fantastic counterattack by his team.
But things changed in the second half, with Allegri seemingly aiming to defend a one-goal lead.
This gave Milan the opportunity to create more and Rebic found the equalizer in the 76th minute, when he scored with his head after a cross from the corner by Sandro Tonali.
Stefano Pioli’s team had some scoring opportunities until the end and could easily have won with Torino.