Share17 February 2020Milan rises after the scorching knockout in the derby, the Bull continues to lose with Moreno Longo on the bench (fifth consecutive defeat, the second with the new coach): in San Siro, the 'monday night' ends 1-0 of the twenty-fourth day. With this success, the Rossoneri hooked Verona and Parma (Europa League zone) in sixth place, while the classification of the grenade is increasingly worrying, just 5 points above Genoa third last.
Formations. Absence of the last minute for Pioli, who loses the Turkish Calhanoglu for a muscle problem: inside Paquetà. In defense Calabria replaces the disqualified Conti. Longo instead deploys Bremer for Izzo, also stopped by the sports judge, Ansaldi returns from 1 'while in attack there is Edera instead of the influenced Verdi.
Ready, away and immediately opportunity for the Rossoneri (6 '): Ibrahimovic's attempt from the edge, Bremer touches her, ball to the side of very little. The grenades respond: De Silvestri serves as a trailer for Berenguer who, however, concludes from an inviting position high (17 '). At 20 'nice action of the hosts on the Rebic-Ibra-Paquetà axis, with the Brazilian looking for the corner of the left plate: Sirigu stretches out and puts a patch. Five rounds of hands and AC Milan passes: Castillejo gallops on the wing, the ball in the middle for Ante Rebic who anticipates Lyanco and from the center of the area does not forgive (25 '). Before the rest, Kjaer hurts: Gabbia is the one to enter, since Musacchio refuses the change. Pioli, visibly annoyed, will leave him in the locker room without bringing him back on the bench.
The recovery opens with the error (not by him) of a very solitary Ibra, who opens the right too much on an assist from Castillejo (48 '). Spaniard who has an excellent chance in the 52nd minute, but he also lacks precision (outside the net). Donnarumma does not frighten Belotti's header, in the 74th minute Bonaventura's shot deflected by the visiting rear goes out by half a meter. Barren bull in front despite the entry of Zaza, deserved (albeit in measure) the victory of Milan.