Italia 0-0 Inter Milan: Alessandro Pezzini made the save to deny Antonio Conte’s side a second-leg win at the Stadio Olimpico.
The Bianconeri took the lead after 30 minutes when Pezzi played the ball past Gianluigi Buffon before heading in from close range.
It was his fourth goal of the season for Inter.
It took a long time for Antonio Conme to make the first move but the Italian made the second after he found the back of the net.
Inter, who are now three points clear at the top of Serie A, were unlucky not to take the lead but they had a great chance to take a 1-1 draw.
Article Real Madrid 1-2 Milan: Cristiano Ronaldo has two goals as Real Madrid beat Milano 1-3 (Alessandro Pizzini, Francesco Totti, Pepe Reina) Real Madrid have been impressive so far this season, and this was no different.
They started the game with two goals in a 2-0 win over Lazio, then went on to win the first leg 3-2 at the San Siro.
But this one was probably their best chance of the day, as they did just enough to force an interval of play.
After that they were back in control, as Cristiano scored the first and Marco Verratti put the second in.
Then, as the game moved on, Ronaldo made a late intervention, scoring his fourth of the game.
It wasn’t until the 57th minute that the first goal was conceded as Milan were denied a first goal for the last time since May 5.
But that goal was only the second that Ronaldo has scored this season and he also scored in the last minute of the first half, as he did in the 1-4 win over Sassuolo.
Real Madrid are now seven points clear of second-placed Juventus in the table and will be looking to continue their fine run at the bottom of the table.
It was a tough match, and while the scoreline was still a surprise, it was one of the better results of the whole campaign.
This game will go down in history as one of Juventus’ toughest, if not the toughest, away fixtures.