Milan lost steam in Turin

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Milan lost steam in Turin

Round day for Napolimore ahead of this Series A where the first differences are beginning to be marked, and black for a Milan already lost steam after falling to Torino at home (2-1). The ‘rossonero’ team sees a streak of four consecutive victories snapped and not only distances itself from the leadership, but also sees how Atalanta grabbed second place.

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Milan

Turin: Vanja – Djdji, Schuurs (Zima, d.76), Buongiorno (Rodríguez, d.74 – Lazaro, Lukic, Ricci (Linetty, d.85), Singo – Miranchuk (Adopo, d.85), Vlasic – Pellegri (Karamoh , m.74)

Milan: Tatarusanu – Kalulu (Dest, m.46), Gabbia, Tomori, Theo H. – Tonali (Bennacer, m.70), Pobega – Messias (Giroud, m.78), Brahim Díaz (De Ketelaere, m.46), Leao (Rebic, m.46) – Source

The objectives: 1-0, m.35: Djidji; 2-0, m.37: Miranchuk; 2-1, m.67: Messiah

Referee: R. Depth. Schuurs (m.24), Buongiorno (m.30), Juric (coach, m.69 and m.71), Pellegri (m.71), Linetty (m.87), Lukic (m. 91). ) of Torino; and Kalulu (m.34), Poberga (m.77) by Milan. He sent off Juric, the local coach, for a double yellow card

Incidents: Match corresponding to the twelfth round of Serie A, played at the Torino Olympic Stadium in Turin.

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His defeat at Turin was the result of a Not a good match for Stefano Pioli’s footballersunable to get close to the opposing goal or answer the two claws that a Turin deadly in the first half.

It all started evenly, until after half an hour of play a move changed everything. The subtle header Djidji (35′) Tatarusanu surprised and paralyzed a Milan who would deal another blow two minutes later with a counterattack finished by Miranchuk (37′).

Pioli moved the bench with even three changes at halftime. Dest, Rebic and De Ketelaere came on for Kalulu, Leao and Brahim, but Milan didn’t react that way.

Junior Messias give hope Milan Holing the first shot on goal by the ‘rossoneri’ (67′), but the visitor’s reaction was not sustained and Pioli’s men fell fairly in Turin, remaining six behind the lead.

Source: La Verdad

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