Chelsea's Fikayo Tomori sent Ronaldo flying in superb performance for AC Milan v Juventus

Fikayo Tomori in action for AC Milan

AC Milan were rampant as they demolished Juventus 3-0 at the Allianz Stadium on Sunday evening.

Brahim Diaz's brilliant effort from outside the box gave the away side the lead just before half-time.

Ante Rebic doubled Milan's lead with 12 minutes remaining, before Fikayo Tomori made the points safe as he headed home.

Milan's win could have been even more had Franck Kessié not had his second half penalty saved by Wojciech Szczesny.

Cristiano Ronaldo had a very quiet evening.

Fikayo Tomori was dominant vs Juventus

He was unable to make his mark in what was a crucial game for his side.

The Portuguese superstar was kept quiet due to a brilliant display from Tomori.

The Englishman, who is on loan from Chelsea, was imperious in his side's win.

Tomori sent the Portuguese superstar flying when the two challenged for the ball in the second half.

Minutes later, he rose above Giorgio Chiellini to head home.

Tomori's highlights from the game have been compiled by Twitter user @CompsACM and you can view them below.

Tomori's stats from the game make for very impressive reading.

Per @FTalentScout, as well as his goal, Tomori completed 43 passes, won two tackles and made two interceptions.

He also made eight clearances and blocked three shots. Tomori did all this while playing against one of the best players that has ever lived.

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Thomas Tuchel may well be keeping a keen eye on Tomori's progress.

Stefano Pioli, AC Milan's manager, announced his intention to sign Tomori on a permanent deal after the game.

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"We want to buy Tomori on a permanent deal from Chelsea," he said, per the Sun.

"Our intention is clear and also Fikayo’s decision [staying at Milan].

"We’ll see what happens at the end of the season."

Whether Chelsea will allow Tomori to leave the club remains to be seen.

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