It was a very different experience for the Juventus fans when they were at the Stadio San Paolo last year, with Milan beating Juventus 3-0 in the league.
The game went to extra time and Milan’s fans managed to get their first taste of the Champions League since 2009.
But the crowd had not been treated well by the referee and the game was not played to a draw, with Juventus having to win 3-2 in extra time.
This time, the Milan fans managed their best and had the chance to be a bit more patient, but the game went into extra time, and there was still no chance for them to break through.
Juve started the game strongly and had a few chances to break the deadlock.
Leonardo Bonucci had an early header blocked, but it was not enough to secure the win for the Nerazzurri.
It was not a typical game between the two teams, and this was not the kind of game that would have attracted fans from both sides.
This was not going to be the Milan derby where the atmosphere is going to kick off with a bang.
As it happened, the game did kick off in an intense atmosphere, with the game starting with the roar of the crowd.
The first half began with a great goal for the home side, as Juve doubled their lead with a neat through ball from Luca Marotta to Stefano Sorrentino.
Milan, however, looked to be getting the better of the game, as they got the better on the counter-attack, and eventually they were able to equalise with a free-kick from Lorenzo Insigne.
As the game wore on, Juventus started to push forward and they had a couple of chances to score.
However, it was Milan who went close when Andrea Barzagli’s free-kicks found their way to Marotta.
The ball was cleared for Alessio Romagnoli, who cut in behind and calmly put the ball in the net.
Juviedo had a bit of a quiet second half, but there were no signs of panic from the home team.
After a few good passes, Di Matteo finally found a goal that could have gone in the bag, but he was denied by Gianluigi Buffon.
As a result, the Bianconeri now had the better chances of getting the winner.
The match was played at the San Paoli stadium, and was the first of two meetings between the teams.
The last game between these two sides was in May 2017, and Juventus won 2-0 on aggregate, in the Champions Trophy final in Milan.
Milan now has a four points to show for their hard work and are now the favourites to win the title.