The “Old Lady” faces Fiorentina in the Italian Cup semi-finals

Juventus advanced through Paulo Dybala after three minutes with a direct shot, but Sassuolo equalized with Hamid Traore’s goal in the 23rd minute with a superb shot past goalkeeper Mattia Perin.

Both teams missed several chances in the second half, but Juventus won in the 88th minute when Dusan Vlahovic ran down the left side and hit a ball that changed direction into the goal after hitting the arm of defender Rosanne Tresoldi.

Nikola Milenkovic scored in the third minute of stoppage time, as Fiorentia beat Atlanta.

The visitors took an early penalty kick from Krzysztof Piontek, but Davide Zappacosta equalized for Atlanta at the half hour mark with a superb shot that hit the crossbar and into the goal.

The post responded to Jeremy Boga’s Atalanta’s shot before the end of the first half, and Mario Bachalic failed to follow the rebound.

Boga, who came to Atlanta on loan from Sassuolo last month, gave the hosts the lead in the 56th minute.

Fiorentina got a second penalty kick in the 71st minute, but Piontec shot it, but Atalanta goalkeeper Juan Musso saved it, so the visiting team player followed it into the goal.

Zappacosta hit the crossbar before Fiorentina’s Lucas Martinez Corata was sent off for a second yellow card.

Milinokovic decided the victory of Fiorentina with a superb direct shot, and the video referee confirmed the validity of the goal after doubts about the handball.

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