Juventus and Italy goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon was merely a spectator for most of the match and had plenty of time to admire his heir apparent. Donnarumma turned 18 only last month but he has already played more than 60 times in Serie A and made two Italy appearances. He notably kept out a Miralem Pjanic free kick then denied Sami Khedira with the help of De Sciglio’s goal-line clearance. He also managed to deflect Pjanic’s shot onto the crossbar. Milan midfielder Jose Sosa was sent off following a second booking in the third minute of stoppage time and Juventus upped the pressure. Gonzalo Higuain’s acrobatic effort was parried by Donnarumma but the ball was crossed back into the area and struck De Sciglio’s arm from close range. Fino alla fine (Until the end) is the Juventus motto and it lived up to it again as Paulo Dybala converted a penalty with the last kick of the match to beat AC Milan 2-1 and go 11 points clear in Serie A yesterday ahead of this weekend’s games. Teen goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma appeared to have earned Milan a precious point with some fine saves but Juventus were awarded a penalty deep in stoppage time after Mattia De Sciglio was judged to have handled Stephan Lichtsteiner’s cross. Juventus extended their Serie A record to 31 consecutive home wins. They also moved 11 points clear of second-placed Roma and 13 ahead of Napoli. Roma visit Palermo tomorrow, shortly after Napoli host Crotone. Milan remained seventh, a point behind Inter Milan, which host fifth-placed Atalanta tomorrow. Juventus took the lead on the half hour through an unlikely goal-scorer. Medhi Benatia beat the offside trap to control Dani Alves’ chipped pass and smash it past Donnarumma from close range for his first goal for the club. Milan leveled two minutes from halftime following great work from Gerard Deulofeu, who sprinted down the left from inside his own half, cut inside, and threaded the ball through for Carlos Bacca to fire into the bottom right corner. Bacca appearaed to be slightly offside. Spectator
One week after a 23-year-old prisoner was remanded for breaking and entering and larceny, he was killed in the Lusignan Holding Bay by another inmate.Dead is Samuel Little of Lot 1 Stewartville, West Coast Demerara.Director of Prisons Gladwin Samuels told the media that Little died at the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation (GPHC) on Wednesday at about 10:30h after receiving injuries on Tuesday by another inmate.According to the Director, Little was taken to the prison on June 19.Reports are that Little was involved in an argument with another male prisoner on Tuesday at about 14:00h. During the argument, the enraged prisoner struck him with a piece of wood. Initially, he was treated at the prison infirmary but was rushed to GPHC due to the severity of his injuries.Police have since confirmed that they have launched an investigation while the suspect was said to be assisting.In April, an inmate who was on remand for a murder charge at the Lusignan Prison, East Coast Demerara, was killed after being beaten by several prisoners.Dead is 30-year-old Shaheed Ali of Albouystown, Georgetown.Reports are that at about 22:58h, Ali was in Bay One at the Lusignan Prison when several other prisoners began to beat him following a dispute.Only last month, a Mazaruni Prison inmate died after allegedly consuming a poisonous substance which he had believed to be alcohol.This was according to acting Guyana Prison Service (GPS) Director Kevin Pilgrim, who, during an interview with Guyana Times, said the other inmates who consumed the same substance were also taken to the Bartica Regional Hospital for medical attention.He said that upon discovering the condition of Stuart before he succumbed, GPS ranks rushed the other prisoners to that hospital as a proactive measure.The dead prisoner, Gary Stuart, was part of the Reintegration Training Project.Stuart died at about 05:45h on May 11, less than 24 hours after working at a nearby quarry. He was said to be washing and painting boats when he, along with other inmates, found the bottle of what they believed was alcohol.The inmates hid the bottle from the prison officer on duty and Stuart was said to have drunk the substance. However, it was not until 05:15h on Saturday that Stuart cried out for pains in his stomach and, as a result, was escorted to the Bartica Regional Hospital, where he was pronounced dead on arrival.