Moise Keane scored an 84th minute winning goal to ensure Juventus took a big step towards another inevitable Serie A title triumph.
Massimiliano Allegri’s side are now 21 points clear of second place Napoli with the teams having seven and eight games remaining respectively.
Krzysztof Piatek put Milan ahead at the end of the first half, but Paulo Dybala drew Juventus level from the penalty spot with half an hour remaining.
As time came close to running out, substitute Moise Kean picked up the ball inside the area, took a touch and fired home.
The goal came at the end of a notable week for the 19-year-old as Cagliari fans directed monkey chants towards him in Juve’s 2-0 win on Tuesday.
Kean hit back by scoring his side’s second goal late on, before celebrating in front of the home supporters with his arms aloft.
In a post-match interview, Bonucci said Kean should not have celebrated the way he did and claimed the young striker was partly to blame for the abuse.
However, after being called out for his comments by many faces including Manchester City star Raheem Sterling – who was also racially abused while on international duty with England last month – Bonucci backtracked.
When Kean then netted the winner against Milan on Saturday, the defender sprinted the pitch to ensure he was first on the scene, hugging him in passionate celebration.
You can watch the goal and celebration in the video above.