Juventus' Benedikt Howedes and team mates celebrate in front of the fans at the end of the match. REUTERS/Massimo Pinca
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AC Milan goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma foiled title challengers Napoli with a stunning stoppage time save in a 0-0 draw Sunday and Juventus took full advantage by beating Sampdoria 3-0 to go six points clear at the top of Serie A. Substitute Douglas Costa set up all three goals as Juve put their bitter Champions League exit at the hands of Real Madrid behind them and took a big step toward a seventh successive title.Juve have 84 points with Napoli on 78 followed by Lazio and AS Roma, who were meeting in their derby in the late kickoff, on 60 .Donnarumma, who became Milan's first-choice goalkeeper at the age of 16, was making his 100th Serie A appearance at 19 years and 49 days and his save from Napoli substitute Arkadiusz Milik must rank among his finest so far.
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