Italy: Milan take the lead after a stunning Saturday

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Lift Festival in Italy! AC Milan returned to the top of Serie A on Saturday. 1)

Milan has come a long way. In San Siro, Stefano Pioli’s men won by three points after sacrificing in the first period.

Facing Hellos Verona, they quickly conceded Gianluca Caprari’s (9th) opening goal. Then Milan captain Alessio Romagnoli’s mistake, on Nicola Kaliniிக், gave Verona a penalty, which was replaced by Antonin Barrock (24th).

But just before the hour mark, Olivier Crowd gave Rosoneri hope through a header (58th). Penalty (75th), verified by Frank Kessick AR VAR, received by Samu Castilejo.

Spinard, again, three minutes later, scored the winning goal (78th). He shot a good cross, which was deflected by Hellos defender Corey Gunder, though well-positioned, with a heel in his own net.

In the rankings, Milan (22 points) took the lead, one unit ahead of Napoli who won the Torino on Sunday and five ahead of Inter, who were tossed in Rome by Lesotho.

It was a feast at the Stadio Olympics: Simone Inzaki, not content to celebrate 22 years as a player and then coach at the club, the Romans took three points against the reigning champions after a high-level match.

-Insaki, loss of Rome return-

“22 years with our colors, it’s unforgettable. Thanks Simone!”, Roman Diffusi wrote on a banner before the meeting began.

The match turned in favor of Nerasurri at first, who opened the scoring from the penalty spot after Ivan Perisic (12th) had a late tackle from Niccol ப Barella in Elsewhere Hisaj.

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But Ciro Immobile equalized from the penalty spot in the second half (64th) after the hand of Alessandro Bastoni.

And Felipe Anderson (81st) gave his side the advantage after a block. The goal sparked excitement as the action continued with an interior player on the field.

Sergei Milinkovic-Savic ended the debate with a good title in extra time (90th + 1). Without calming the soldiers, they continued an electric atmosphere after the final whistle.

Spain’s Lazio defender Patrick (c) controls the ball in front of Inter’s Bosnian striker Edin Diego (R.) during the Serie A match between Lazio Rome and Inter Milan at the Olympic Stadium in Rome on October 16, 2021. Filippo Monteford AFP

Lazio (14 points) temporarily climbs to 5th place.

Down in the rankings, Spaghetti also won after taking the lead, leaving the exit zone (2-1) against Salernitana, where the Frank Ribery team sank, the only win in eight days.


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