The Argentine striker left both Manchester United and eventually Manchester City in acrimonious circumstances, with his exit from Old Trafford leading to a controversial move to local rivals City, where he became embroiled in a huge bust-up with manager Roberto Mancini having refused to come off the bench as a substitute in City's Champions League game with Bayern Munich in 2011.
His move to Turin has so far been a revelation, as the former Boca Juniors star is now the top scorer in Serie A with 15 goals this season, and the goal that took him to the top of the leaderboard was an absolute stunner.
With just under 25 minutes to play at the San Siro with Juve leading AC Milan 1-0, Tevez collected the ball 25 yards out and unleashed an unstoppable drive that flew past Christian Abbiati, and walloped the underside of the crossbar on its way in.
The win for Juventus puts Antonio Conte's men 11 points clear at the top of Serie A, and 'The Old Lady' look poised to win their third successive title under Conte, who has recently been linked with the Manchester United job should David Moyes leave.
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