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Serie A: AC Milan 3:2 Verona - match report
17.10 || webmaster

Scorers: Caprari 7 (V), Barak pen 24 (V), Giroud 59 (M), Kessie pen 76 (M), Gunter og 78 (M)

Milan completed an extraordinary comeback from 2-0 down after 24 minutes to win 3-2 with Olivier Giroud, Franck Kessie and a bizarre Koray Gunter own goal.

The Rossoneri lost Theo Hernandez and Brahim Diaz to COVID-19, already decimated by injuries to Mike Maignan, Alessandro Plizzari, Alessandro Florenzi, Tiemoue Bakayoko and Junior Messias, but Olivier Giroud was back in the starting XI and Zlatan Ibrahimovic on the bench. Verona were unbeaten since Igor Tudor took over, with two wins and two draws, and Miguel Veloso returned from his long lay-off while ex-Milan flop Nikola Kalinic was given the nod.

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Serie A: Spezia 1:2 AC Milan - match report
26.9 || webmaster

Scorers: Maldini 48 (M), Verde 80 (S), Brahim Diaz 86 (M)

Olivier Giroud returned and Daniel Maldini got his debut Serie A start, but Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Simon Kjaer, Rade Krunic, Alessandro Florenzi and Tiemoue Bakayoko were still out of action, with Davide Calabria not fully fit. Spezia had taken the lead against Juventus midweek before capitulating 3-2, but started M’Bala Nzola, as Kevin Agudelo, Ebrima Colley, Martin Erlic, Leo Sena, Victor Kovalenko and Arkadiusz Reca were injured.

Mike Maignan had to parry Nzola’s angled drive at the near post and Theo Hernandez turned a free kick off target.

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Serie A: AC Milan 2:0 Lazio - match report
13.9 || webmaster

Scorers: Leao 45 (M), Ibrahimovic 67 (M)

Ante Rebic provided assists for both Rafael Leao and returning hero Zlatan Ibrahimovic, as Milan beat Lazio despite Franck Kessie missing a penalty, maintaining their perfect start.

This was a top of the table showdown between two teams who won their opening games with plenty of goals and will be challenging for the Scudetto this season. Franck Kessie was back in the starting XI, Zlatan Ibrahimovic on the bench for the first time after four months, but Olivier Giroud unavailable after a spell out with COVID. The Aquile had Manuel Lazzari only ready for the bench.

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Serie A: AC Milan 0:0 Cagliari - match report
17.5 || webmaster

It goes down to the wire, as Milan failed to get the win they needed against Cagliari and now need a result away to Atalanta to guarantee the Champions League.

This leaves them on 76 points, equal with Napoli and only one point ahead of Juventus.

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Serie A: Juventus 0:3 AC Milan - match report
10.5 || webmaster

Scorers: Brahim Diaz 45 (M), Rebic 78 (M), Tomori 82 (M)

Milan ended their Juventus Stadium taboo with a thumping 3-0 victory, ending their run of nine consecutive Serie A defeats here and sending the Bianconeri down to fifth place.

These teams went into the weekend locked together in second place with Atalanta, and just two points clear of Napoli, but both those teams already won and the pressure was on in this Champions League play-off.

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Serie A: AC Milan 2:0 Benevento - match report
2.5 || webmaster

Scorers: Calhanoglu 6 (M), Theo Hernandez 60 (M)

Milan got their season back on track with Hakan Calhanoglu and Theo Hernandez goals, but pushed Pippo Inzaghi’s Benevento towards relegation.

Both teams were desperate for points, as the Rossoneri slipped from second to fifth after back-to-back defeats, while Le Streghe were in the drop zone alongside Cagliari and Torino. Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Alessio Romagnoli returned, but Inzaghi missed Marco Sau, Gaetano Letizia, Alessandro Tuia, Daam Foulon and Gabriele Moncini.

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Serie A: AC Milan 1:2 Sassuolo - match report
21.4 || webmaster

Scorers: Calhanoglu 30 (M), Raspadori 77, 83 (S)

Giacomo Raspadori came off the bench and transformed the game, as Sassuolo overturned Milan for a 2-1 win at San Siro with his brace.

The Rossoneri had closed Inter’s lead to nine points, but the race for a top four finish remained wide open. Zlatan Ibrahimovic returned from suspension, but then picked up an injury, unable to start along with Theo Hernandez and Ismael Bennacer, although Davide Calabria did make his comeback after several weeks out. Domenico Berardi was fit to start after his transformative substitute appearance against Fiorentina, but Francesco Caputo was still out of action.

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Serie A: AC Milan 2:1 Genoa - match report
20.4 || webmaster

Scorers: Rebic 13 (M), Destro 37 (G), Scamacca og 68 (M)

Milan were pushed all the way by Genoa, eventually scraping a 2-1 win thanks to Ante Rebic and a Gianluca Scamacca own goal.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic sat out a ban, with Davide Calabria injured, plus Mario Mandzukic and Alessio Romagnoli only fit for the bench, so Rafael Leao moved into the centre-forward role. Genoa captain Domenico Criscito was suspended, with Luca Pellegrini out of action, so Rossoneri transfer target Gianluca Scamacca started upfront.

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Serie A: Parma 1:3 AC Milan - match report
11.4 || webmaster

Scorers: Rebic 8 (M), Kessie 44 (M), Gagliolo 66 (P), Leao 94 (M)

Zlatan Ibrahimovic had a hand in the goals for Ante Rebic and Franck Kessie, then got himself sent off for dissent, but Rafael Leao sealed a 3-1 win for 10-man Milan in Parma.

The Rossoneri have to start looking over their shoulders after falling 11 points behind leaders Inter, but only four points clear of fifth place. Alessio Romagnoli and Davide Calabria were still out of action, while Parma were stuck in the relegation zone and made the trip without Roberto Inglese, Joshua Zirkzee, Simon Sohm, Juan Brunetta, Simone Iacoponi, Yann Karamoh, Valentin Mihaila and Wylan Cyprien.

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Serie A: Fiorentina 2:3 AC Milan - match report
22.3 || webmaster

Scorers: Ibrahimovic 9 (M), Pulgar 17 (F), Ribery 51 (F), Brahim Diaz 57 (M), Calhanoglu 72 (M)

It was a thriller in Florence, as Milan snatched victory with Hakan Calhanoglu in a game with five spectacular goals, the woodwork rattled several times and a goal-line clearance.

The Rossoneri were eliminated from the Europa League on Thursday by Manchester United and felt the fatigue of that game, especially with Ante Rebic, Rafael Leao, Mario Mandzukic, Davide Calabria, Alessio Romagnoli and Daniel Maldini injured. Zlatan Ibrahimovic had his first start in almost a month. The Viola missed Igor and Aleksandar Kokorin, with Christian Kouame and Sofyan Amrabat also not at 100 per cent.

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Serie A: Verona 0:2 AC Milan - match report
8.3 || webmaster

Scorers: Krunic 27 (M), Dalot 50 (M)

Despite being decimated by injuries, Milan still earned an impressive 2-0 win away to Hellas Verona with top quality Rade Krunic and Diogo Dalot goals.

The Rossoneri injury crisis was just getting worse, as Ante Rebic, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Hakan Calhanoglu, Mario Mandzukic, Ismael Bennacer and Daniel Maldini missed the trip, with Sandro Tonali and Theo Hernandez only fit for the bench. Hellas were without Nikola Kalinic, Ronaldo Vieira, Ebrima Colley and Kevin Ruegg.

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Serie A: Roma 1:2 AC Milan - match report
2.3 || webmaster

Scorers: Kessie pen 43 (M), Veretout 50 (R), Rebic 58 (M)

Milan won a potentially decisive match to keep up with Inter, as Franck Kessie’s penalty and an Ante Rebic stunner secured the 2-1 result and Roma’s first home defeat of the season.

This was a head-to-head for the top three places, with both teams fatigued after Thursday’s Europa League exploits. With Chris Smalling, Roger Ibanez, Davide Santon, Edin Dzeko and Nicolò Zaniolo injured, plus Marash Kumbulla ready at best for the bench, it was again a makeshift Giallorossi defence. The Rossoneri missed Ismael Bennacer and Mario Mandzukic, but Stefano Pioli decided to drop Alessio Romagnoli following recent poor performances, starting Chelsea loanee Fikayo Tomori.

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Serie A: Spezia 2:0 AC Milan - match report
16.2 || webmaster

Scorers: Maggiore 57 (S), S Bastoni 67 (S)

Spezia absolutely dominated this match and deservedly beat Serie A leaders Milan 2-0 with Giulio Maggiore and Simone Bastoni’s debut top flight goals.

This was the first game for Spezia since the club was sold to American businessman Robert Platek on Thursday and they had some excellent recent results, including wins away to Sassuolo and Napoli. M’Bala Nzola, Roberto Piccoli, Claudio Terzi, Diego Farias and Salva Ferrer remained out of action, while the Rossoneri had Davide Calabria suspended, Brahim Diaz and Ante Rebic injured, but Ismael Bennacer, Simon Kjaer and Hakan Calhanoglu returned to the starting XI.

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Serie A: Crotone 4:0 AC Milan - match report
10.2 || webmaster

Scorers: Ibrahimovic 30, 64 (M), Rebic 69, 70 (M)

Milan comfortably swept Crotone aside to take back top spot with Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Ante Rebic braces.

The Rossoneri needed a victory to retain top spot after Inter beat Fiorentina on Friday, but Simon Kjaer, Brahim Diaz, Sandro Tonali and Ismael Bennacer were injured, with Hakan Calhanoglu back on the bench for the first time after recovering from COVID. Crotone were rock bottom and had Brazilian talent Junior Messias suspended, along with Luca Cigarini and Salvatore Molina injuries, so threw Adam Ounas and Samuel Di Carmine straight into the starting XI. Arkadiusz Reca pulled out in the warm-up, so Pedro Pereira started instead.

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Serie A: Bologna 1:2 AC Milan - match report
1.2 || webmaster

Scorers: Rebic 26 (M), Kessie pen 55 (M), Poli 81 (B)

Milan made hard work of their 2-1 win in Bologna, as Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s penalty was parried into the path of Ante Rebic and Franck Kessie converted, but both goalkeepers were kept busy.

The Rossoneri were Winter Champions, but lost their last two games, including the Coppa Italia quarter-final with Inter midweek. Hakan Calhanoglu was still unavailable, despite recovering from COVID, with Simon Kjaer, Brahim Diaz and Matteo Gabbia injured, so Fikayo Tomori got his first start since arriving on loan from Chelsea, with Rafael Leao in a new central supporting role. Bologna missed Gary Medel and Ibrahima Mbaye.

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Coppa Italia: Inter 2:1 AC Milan - match report
28.1 || webmaster

Scorers: Ibrahimovic 31 (M), Lukaku pen 71 (I), Eriksen 97 (I)

It was an extraordinary Derby della Madonnina, with Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s goal and red card, fight with Romelu Lukaku and last-gasp Christian Eriksen winner for Inter.

The winners of this clash will go on to face Juventus or SPAL in the semi-finals. These rivals are also battling for the Scudetto, as the Rossoneri were crowned Winter Champions despite a 3-0 defeat to Atalanta on Saturday, sitting two points clear of the Nerazzurri.

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Serie A: AC Milan 0:3 Atalanta - match report
25.1 || webmaster

Scorers: Romero 25 (A), Ilicic pen 53 (A), Duvan Zapata 77 (A)

Milan suffered their heaviest defeat of the season, as Atalanta put in a dominant performance to win 3-0 at San Siro, but are still crowned Winter Champions.

The Rossoneri needed a point to be sure of the Winter Champion title, but while Theo Hernandez, Ante Rebic and Rade Krunic returned from COVID, Alessio Romagnoli and Alexis Saelemaekers were suspended, with Hakan Calhanoglu still unwell, Ismael Bennacer and Matteo Gabbia injured. New signings Mario Mandzukic and Fikayo Tomori were on the bench, with Soualiho Meite given his first start in a more advanced trequartista role. La Dea were unbeaten at San Siro since January 2014 and the only injury was Mario Pasalic, as Papu Gomez and Cristiano Piccini are on their way out. They came into this fixture off back-to-back draws with Genoa and Udinese.

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Serie A: AC Milan 1:3 Juventus - match report
9.1 || webmaster

Scorers: Chiesa 18, 62 (J), Calabria 41 (M), McKennie 76 (J)

Milan saw their 27-round Serie A unbeaten run come to an end, as Federico Chiesa inspired the 3-1 Juventus victory at San Siro.

This was a huge showdown and the Rossoneri knew they’d be top anyway, as Inter lost 2-1 at Sampdoria this afternoon, whereas Juve were 10 points adrift of the leaders with a game in hand.

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Serie A: AC Milan 0:2 Benevento - match report
5.1 || webmaster

Scorers: Kessie pen 15 (M), Leao 49 (M)

Milan had Sandro Tonali sent off after just 33 minutes, but survived a missed Gianluca Caprari penalty to beat Benevento 2-0, including a Rafael Leao stunner.

The Rossoneri needed a win to stay top of the table after Inter beat Crotone earlier this afternoon, but were missing Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Ismael Bennacer, Alexis Saelemaekers, Matteo Gabbia and suspended Theo Hernandez. Pippo Inzaghi and Gianluca Lapadula faced their old club, as Le Streghe ended 2020 with back-to-back 2-0 wins over Genoa and Udinese, while they also took points off Juventus and Lazio in recent weeks. Luca Caldirola, Christian Maggio, Iago Falque and Nicolas Viola were on the treatment table.

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Serie A: AC Milan 3:2 Lazio - match report
24.12 || webmaster

Scorers: Rebic 9 (M), Calhanoglu pen 17 (M), Luis Alberto 27 (L), Immobile 59 (L), Theo Hernandez 92 (M)

It was an extraordinary thriller, as Milan took the 2-0 lead, were pegged back despite a saved Ciro Immobile penalty, and won it in stoppages with Theo Hernandez.

The Rossoneri needed a win to stop Inter taking top spot at the close of 2020, but were decimated, missing Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Simon Kjaer, Matteo Gabbia, Ismael Bennacer and suspended Franck Kessie, with Ante Rebic and Sandro Tonali not 100 per cent fit either, but starting anyway. The Aquile made the trip without Francesco Acerbi, Lucas Leiva, Marco Parolo, Mohamed Fares and Senad Lulic.

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