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Sulley Muntari's header whilst the game was at 1-0 had clearly crossed the visitors' line but this was not spotted by the linesman, which angered the Scudetto holders' defender

AC Milan defender Luca Antonini has stated that the outcome of his side's 1-1 draw with Juventus on Saturday would have been different if Sulley Muntari's 'ghost goal' had been awarded.

With the Scudetto holders already 1-0 up thanks to Antonio Nocerino's effort, the Ghanaian's header crossed the line only to be scooped out by Gianluigi Buffon with nothing given.

Alessandro Matri went on to equalise for Antonio Conte's men, and, after the match, Antonini berated the officiating.

"We played the game as we had to do, as we were missing many players and attempted to cover those absences," he told the club's official website.

"At 2-0 it would have been a different game. I'm a bit angry and disappointed because we deserved to win and instead go out only with a point.

"We were a bit tired before their equaliser; they took advantage. But we played a good game and we have nothing to regret. We must continue to play like this.".

With the spoils shared, Milan remain at the top of Serie A, but Juventus are only a point behind and have a game in hand.