Last Updated: September 18, 2022, 21:29 IST
Monza’s Christian Gytkjaer celebrates after scoring his side’s opening goal during the Serie A soccer match between Monza and Juventus, in Monza, Italy, Sunday, Sept. 18, 2022. (Claudio Grassi/LaPresse via AP)
Christian Gytkjaer netted a historic goal 15 minutes from the end at the U-Power Stadium to move the club owned by Silvio Berlusconi off the bottom of the table and end Juve’s unbeaten start to the season
Two of the top Serie A coaches are already feeling the pressure after Juventus and Inter Milan surprisingly lost on Sunday.
Promoted Monza probably didn’t expect its first-ever Serie A win to come against Juventus but it managed to beat Massimiliano Allegri’s side 1-0. Juventus played most of the match with 10 men following Ángel Di María’s red card.
Simone Inzaghi’s Inter side was earlier beaten 3-1 at Udinese, for its third loss of the season.
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AC Milan played Napoli later Sunday. The two sides headed into the weekend level at the top of the table with Atalanta, which was playing at Roma.
Allegri was already under pressure after Juventus lost its second straight Champions League match midweek. It was unbeaten in Serie A but had only won two of its opening six matches.
The Bianconeri were perhaps expecting an easier match at Monza, which was winless and had conceded 14 goals in its six games.
However, Juventus had barely a sight of goal and its chances of getting a morale-boosting win diminished when Di María was needlessly sent off in the 40th minute for elbowing Monza defender Armando Izzo forcefully in the chest.
And the home fans went wild in the 74th when Patrick Ciurria whipped in a cross from the right and Christian Lund Gytkjær volleyed in at the near post.
Monza is owned by former AC Milan owner Silvio Berlusconi.
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