The Dancing Kean

Moise Kean. You’ve got to love his thick skin in the face of discrimination.

This extraordinary teenager came off the bench for Juventus on Saturday against AC Milan, scored a goal with a legendary low-finish (with an assist from Miralem Pjanic) and then proceeded to dance in celebration.

And which player came to join in the celebration first? Leo Bonnuci, the same person who less than a week ago said Kean was partly to blame for the racist abuse against him by Cagliari fans. He also was a factor in opposing side Milan’s goal on Saturday.

Bonucci (middle) celebrates with Moise Kean after he scored the winning goal in the 84th minute
Bonucci (middle) celebrates with Moise Kean after he scored the winning goal in the 84th minute

Moise Kean has now scored 5 goals in 6 appearances for Juve since the beginning of March and he’s really not leaving room for the fans of the ‘Old Lady’ to miss their fairly new main man Cristiano Ronaldo, who’s down with an injury picked up on international duty.

Many people are telling Moise Kean to dance on and are hoping that he continues to play even after Ronaldo returns.

His skills have secured Juventus their seventh straight Scudetto and denied AC Milan another win in the Derby d’Italia.

Juventus players celebrate their win over AC Milan in the Derby d'Italia
Juventus players celebrate their win over AC Milan in the Derby d’Italia
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