Juventus in the Italian Cup final despite a penalty missed by Ronaldo

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Juventus qualified for the Italian Cup final, after a goalless draw with its guest Milan on Friday, in the first match to be held after the resumption of football activity in the country after stopping due to the Corona pandemic.

The first leg match held at the Milan stadium ended in a 1-1 draw, for Juventus to reach the final match, taking advantage of the goal of calculating the goal outside the ground with two goals.

The Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo missed a penalty kick for his team in the 16th minute.

Milan had to finish the game with ten men since the 17th minute after Ante Rebicz was sent off.

Juventus is awaiting in the final the winner of the second round of the semi-final, which will be held on Saturday between the Inter Milan and Napoli teams, noting that the latter won the first leg with a clean goal.

The match was of a medium level, and there was no real danger to the goalscorers due to the decline in the physical and mental fitness of the players as a result of the long layoff due to the Coronavirus epidemic.

The match saw the use of assisted video referee technology once, in addition to the two teams using the five substitution rule approved by the game’s international federation.