On Sunday evening, Juventus Turin and Atalanta Bergamo parted with a 3-3 draw in a fast-paced match. The game was an up-and-down affair and got the protagonists so worked up that Angel di Maria chased after the referee after a wrong decision and tugged at his jersey.

Down 0:1 due to an early goal, but then turned the game around, gave away the 2:1 again and came back after the 2:3: Juventus Turin experienced a rollercoaster ride in the 3-3 draw against Atalanta Bergamo.

In the first match after the points deduction, the Bianconeri had some teething problems and fell behind through a goal by former Leipzig player Lookman (4th) – but the reaction was then impressive. Juve became more dominant with each passing minute until a scene that raised tempers for the first time on the night: Ederson brought down Fagioli in the penalty area, but referee Livio Marinelli did not punish the foul, again drawing the ire of di Maria. The world champion ran after Marinelli and held him by the shirt, and then the video assistant intervened and sent the referee to the review area. Di Maria not only got off without a card – he was also allowed to take the penalty and made it 1-1 (25th).

Milik scores with an outstanding direct shot

Now the game turned completely because Juve now had the momentum on their side. After a cross from Fagioli, Milik scored with an excellent direct shot to make it 2-1 (34). The hosts were now on top but made another false start after the break. Maehle (46) and Lookman (53) put Atalanta back in front before Danilo scored the 3:3 with an indirect free kick – di Maria had laid the ball on him with his sole (65).

The tempo slackened in the final phase, but Juve could still have won the game: Miretti shot from ten metres, but placed the ball in the middle of the goal (80th). The result was a draw, which does not help Juve.