Fabio Capello says Juventus put in an ‘embarrassing performance’ but insists Milan didn’t do anything special: ‘I asked myself if they are good enough to play in the Super League.’
The Rossoneri beat Juventus at the Allianz Stadium for the first time in their history, sealing a 3-0 win.
A Brahim Diaz goal gave the Diavoli the lead, just before the half time whistle. Ante Rebic doubled Milan’s lead in minute 78, and Fikayo Tomori made it three with eight minutes remaining.
Fabio Capello, a former Milan and Juventus coach, was not impressed by both sides’ performances.
“Juventus were embarrassing. They didn’t exist in the first half. They had no ideas, just like in Udine last week,” Capello told Sky Sport Italia.
“Milan did their part, but without doing complicated things. They lacked aggressivity.
“They both missed too many passes in the first half. I saw so many that I asked myself if they are good enough to play in the Super League.”
Milan have withdrawn from the breakaway competition, while Juventus are still involved together with Barcelona and Real Madrid.