Juve, winner of the competition for the last three seasons, will meet AC Milan, who beat Lazio 5-4 in a tense penalty shootout Wednesday which followed three and a half hours of goalless football between the two sides. Having played to a 0-0 draw in their first leg at the San Siro one month ago, Lazio and Milan produced a repeat performance in the return leg at a freezing Stadio Olimpico despite creating plenty of chances. Nikola Kalinic should have won it for Milan two minutes from the end of extra-time but fired over the crossbar from 12m. Ciro Immobile scored the opening penalty for Lazio but the next four spot kicks were all saved by the respective goalkeepers, Thomas Strakosha for the host and Gianluigi Donnarumma for Milan. That was followed by a sequence of converted penalties which took the shootout to sudden death until Luiz Felipe fired over the crossbar from Lazio's seventh attempt and Alessio Romagnoli converted for Milan.
Juventus through to their fourth straight Coppa Italia final. The last three Coppa Italia tournaments have been won by Juventus. Dominance.February 28, 2018
RESULTS Juventus 1 (Pjanic 75-P) Atalanta 0 Juventus won 2-0 on aggregate Lazio 0 Milan 0 aet 0-0 on aggregate. Milan won 5-4 on penalties
?️ Gennaro Gattuso: "My work is to be the players' nightmare until the end of the season."? AC Milan's form: ? Six straight wins ? Six consecutive clean sheets ? Through to the Coppa Italia final One happy Gattuso. pic.twitter.com/2LjNSmiSpm — bet365 (@bet365) February 28, 2018