Juventus has still not won a game in Serie A. The club of Matthijs de Ligt, who was again passed by trainer Massimiliano Allegri, saw his team draw 1-1 in Turin in the top match against AC Milan.

Earlier in the day, Jose Mourinho suffered his first defeat against AS Roma.

In Spain, Real Madrid won at the last minute with 1-2 at Valencia.

De Ligt, who also lost his base place with the Dutch national team, saw, just like a week ago against Napoli, that Giorgio Chiellini and Leonardo Bonucci formed the back of the center.

On Tuesday he was allowed to start in the Champions League match against Malmö FF.

Without De Ligt, Juventus started energetically in the Allianz Stadium on Sunday.

After four minutes, Álvaro Morata made it 1-0 on a pass from Paulo Dybala, but fifteen minutes before the end that lead was gone.

AC Milan striker Ante Rebic signed for the 1-1 final score.

The injured Zlatan Ibrahimovic was missing from Milan, which has ten points after four games.

League-leader Internazionale has the same number of points, but a better goal difference.

Juventus still have only two points after two draws and two defeats, which puts them in eighteenth place in Serie A. Only Cagliari and Salernitana have so far underperformed the club that has won nine champions in the last ten years.

Joy at AC Milan after Ante Rebic's 1-1.

Joy at AC Milan after Ante Rebic's 1-1.

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Mourinho suffers first defeat with AS Roma despite assist Karsdorp

Earlier on Sunday, Mourinho lost with AS Roma despite an assist from Rick Karsdorp 3-2 at Hellas Verona.

Karsdorp provided the assist for Lorenzo Pellegrini's opening goal nine minutes before the break.

In the second half, Hellas Verona turned the deficit through goals from Antonín Barák and Gianluca Caprari.

With an own goal by Ivan Ilic, Roma equalized after an hour of play, but five minutes later Davide Faraoni gave Hellas the lead again.

The visitors, where Karsdorp was replaced fifteen minutes before the end, did not score again.

Due to the defeat, Roma failed to take the lead.

Mourinho's team, which did win the first three league matches, is one point behind Internazionale and AC Milan.

Rick Karsdorp provided the assist for Lorenzo Pellegrini's opening goal.

Rick Karsdorp provided the assist for Lorenzo Pellegrini's opening goal.

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Vinicius and Benzema help Real to late victory

In La Liga, Real Madrid took three points (1-2) in the final phase of the away game against Valencia on Sunday.

The team of coach Carlo Ancelotti seemed on its way to its first defeat this season.

Hugo Duro made the 1-0 on behalf of the home club in the 66th minute, where goalkeeper Jasper Cillessen was sitting on the bench.

In the 86th minute the Brazilian Vinícius Júnior signed for the equalizer on a pass from captain Karim Benzema.

Two minutes later, the roles were reversed and Benzema scored after an assist from Júnior: 1-2.

Thanks to the late break in Valencia, Real Madrid were alone in the lead, with thirteen points from five games.

Atlético Madrid was stuck at 0-0 at home against Athletic Club on Saturday.

The national champion is second, with eleven points.

FC Barcelona, ​​which took seven points in three matches, will face low-flyer Granada on Monday evening in Camp Nou.

Karim Benzema celebrates his winning goal against Valencia.

Karim Benzema celebrates his winning goal against Valencia.

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