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Serie A: AC Milan 3:0 Cagliari - match report
10.2 || webmaster

Scorers: Ceppitelli og 12 (M), Paquetá 22 (M), Piatek 62 (M)

Lucas Paquetá and Krzysztof Piatek were both on target along with a bizarre own goal, as Milan crushed Cagliari to retain fourth place.

The pressure was on after Roma, Lazio and Atalanta all won, meaning anything less than a victory would see the Rossoneri drop from fourth place to seventh. Lucas Biglia was back on the bench for the first time since October, but Cristian Zapata, Pepe Reina, Mattia Caldara and Jack Bonaventura were still out of action. The Sardinians were hovering above the drop zone and made the trip without Cyril Thereau, Lucas Castro, Valter Birsa, Ragnar Klavan or Fabrizio Cacciatore.

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Serie A: AS Roma 1:1 AC Milan - match report
3.2 || webmaster

Scorers: Piatek 26 (M), Zaniolo 46 (R)

Krzysztof Piatek was on target again for Milan, but Gianluigi Donnarumma heroics ensured Nicolò Zaniolo only grabbed a point for Roma.

There was only one point separating these teams in fifth and fourth respectively going in, but the Giallorossi were in crisis after a 7-1 Coppa Italia quarter-final defeat to Fiorentina midweek. Bryan Cristante and Steven Nzonzi were suspended, with Cengiz Under, Diego Perotti and Juan Jesus injured, so Daniele De Rossi had his first start in three months, Patrik Schick and Alessandro Florenzi stepped into the supporting trident. Gennaro Gattuso’s confidence was high, though, as they beat Napoli 2-0 in the Coppa on Tuesday with new buy Piatek bagging a brace. Cristian Zapata, Pepe Reina, Mattia Caldara, Lucas Biglia and Jack Bonaventura were still on the treatment table.

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Coppa Italia: AC Milan 2:0 Napoli - match report
30.1 || webmaster

Scorers: Piatek 10, 27 (M)

Krzysztof Piatek made the perfect full Milan debut with a brace to beat Napoli 2-0, sending them into the Coppa Italia semi-finals against Inter or Lazio.

Piatek was given his first start, having made his Rossoneri debut in a 0-0 draw with Napoli in Serie A on Saturday evening, but Cristian Zapata, Pepe Reina, Lucas Biglia and Jack Bonaventura were injured. The Partenopei had Allan back after transfer speculation with PSG, but Marek Hamsik was still only fit for the bench, with Dries Mertens, Raul Albiol and Jose Callejon rested.

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Serie A: AC Milan 0:0 Napoli - match report
27.1 || webmaster

Gianluigi Donnarumma and David Ospina made several crucial saves, but Milan and Napoli were unable to get a goal on Krzysztof Piatek’s debut, with Fabian Ruiz harshly sent off.

Carlo Ancelotti surprised by launching a new all-attack formation with Dries Mertens, Lorenzo Insigne, Arkadiusz Milik and Jose Callejon together. Insigne and Kalidou Koulibaly returned from a two-match ban, while Marek Hamsik was not fully fit. Krzysztof Piatek was on the bench just days after his transfer from Genoa, with Gonzalo Higuain going to Chelsea, with Cristian Zapata, Pepe Reina, Jack Bonaventura, Lucas Biglia and Mattia Caldara injured.

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Serie A: Genoa 0:2 AC Milan - match report
22.1 || webmaster

Scorers: Borini 72 (M), Suso 82 (M)

Milan started life without Gonzalo Higuain with a crucial 2-0 victory away to Genoa, as Fabio Borini and Suso goals put them back in fourth place.

This game was played in a very strange atmosphere for several reasons. The kick-off time was moved to a Monday afternoon amid security concerns, so local fans refused to attend. Gennaro Gattuso was suspended, along with Franck Kessie, Davide Calabria and Alessio Romagnoli, while Lucas Biglia, Mattia Caldara and Jack Bonaventura were injured. Gonzalo Higuain didn’t make the trip, as he was distracted by an imminent move to Chelsea. Milan were in advanced talks with his replacement, Krzysztof Piatek of Genoa, who didn’t play today because of a ban.

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Italian SuperCup: Juventus 1:0 AC Milan - match report
17.1 || webmaster

Scorer: Ronaldo 61 (J)

Juventus have become the first club to win the Supercoppa eight times, as Cristiano Ronaldo’s header was decisive, but Milan were furious about two refereeing decisions.

The Super Cup is traditionally between the Scudetto winners and Coppa Italia holders, but as Juve did the Double last year, they faced the losing Coppa Finalists Milan in Jeddah. These were the two most successful clubs in the history of the competition on seven wins apiece.

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Coppa Italia: Sampdoria 0:2 AC Milan (AET) - match report
12.1 || webmaster

Scorer: Cutrone 102, 108 (M)

Lucas Paquetá made his debut, but Milan needed two sensational volleys from extra time substitute Patrick Cutrone to knock Sampdoria out of the Coppa Italia.

The Rossoneri go on to face Napoli or Sassuolo in the quarter-final.

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Serie A: AC Milan 2:1 SPAL - match report
29.12 || webmaster

Scorers: Petagna 13 (S), Castillejo 16 (M), Higuain 64 (M)

Gonzalo Higuain finally ended his goal drought after two months, as Milan beat plucky SPAL to save Gennaro Gattuso’s job, but Suso saw red.

The Rossoneri slipped down to sixth place after a dismal run of results, which saw them fail to score in four consecutive Serie A rounds for the first time since 1984, with Gonzalo Higuain firing blanks for eight competitive games. Suso returned to the XI after a pelvic inflammation, while Ignazio Abate was preferred to Davide Calabria, but Lucas Biglia, Andrea Bertolacci, Giacomo Bonaventura and Mattia Caldara were still absent. SPAL were forced to do without star winger Manuel Lazzari and defender Yohan Djourou, but Jasmin Kurtic returned from suspension.

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Serie A: Frosinone 0:0 AC Milan - match report
26.12 || webmaster

Milan failed to score in four consecutive Serie A games for the first time since 1984, as Gianluigi Donnarumma and VAR avoided defeat to Frosinone.

Gennaro Gattuso was fighting to keep his job after a series of poor results, including crashing out of the Europa League and failing to score for three consecutive Serie A games for the first time since 2001. Franck Kessie and Tiemoue Bakayoko returned from suspension after the 1-0 defeat to Fiorentina, but Suso joined the injury list with Fabio Borini, Lucas Biglia, Mattia Caldara and Giacomo Bonaventura. Mateo Musacchio got his first appearance since November 8. The Canarini earned a positive draw away to Udinese on Coach Marco Baroni’s debut, having replaced Moreno Longo. Luca Paganini, Federico Dionisi and Emil Hallfredsson were still long-term absentees, but ex-Milan youth product Paolo Ghiglione was surprisingly given his Serie A debut.

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Serie A: AC Milan 0:1 Fiorentina - match report
23.12 || webmaster

Scorer: Chiesa 73 (F)

Federico Chiesa’s scorcher proved the difference between Milan and Fiorentina at San Siro, as the Rossoneri were too wasteful.

This was a showdown for European ambitions, as Gennaro Gattuso remained under pressure after the Europa League exit to Olympiacos, plus back-to-back goalless draws with Torino and Bologna. He had to revamp his entire midfield, as Franck Kessie and Tiemoue Bakayoko were suspended, with Lucas Biglia, Andrea Bertolacci, Giacomo Bonaventura, Fabio Borini and Mattia Caldara injured. He scrapped the 4-4-2 and dropped Patrick Cutrone to the bench, with Davide Calabria and Hakan Calhanoglu moving to midfield. Fiorentina welcomed back Nikola Milenkovic, Jordan Veretout and Edimilson Fernandes from bans.

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Serie A: Bologna 0:0 AC Milan - match report
19.12 || webmaster

Tiemoue Bakayoko was sent off, but Milan will still see this 0-0 draw against a Bologna side in the relegation zone as a missed opportunity.

The Rossoneri were smarting after their surprise Europa League exit to Olympiacos on Thursday, but knew a win here would take them four points clear in fourth place. Alessio Romagnoli returned after a calf strain for his first game since November 11 and Suso was also back, but Lucas Biglia, Giacomo Bonaventura and Mattia Caldara were still side-lined. Ex-Milan boss Pippo Inzaghi was at serious risk of the sack after an eight-round winless streak, leaving them in the relegation zone. Adam Nagy stepped in for injured Erick Pulgar.

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Europa League: Olympiacos 3:1 AC Milan - match report
15.12 || webmaster

Scorers: Cisse 60 (O), Zapata og 70 (O), Zapata 72 (M), Fortounis pen 81 (O)

Milan are out of the Europa League after a 3-1 defeat to Olympiacos, but it was decided by an extremely controversial penalty.

The Rossoneri could afford to lose and still qualify, albeit not by two clear goals, as they visited Athens for the final Europa League group game. Along with long-term absentees Alessio Romagnoli, Mattia Caldara, Giacomo Bonaventura and Lucas Biglia, Suso was not risked due to a muscular issue, starting Samu Castillejo instead. Olympiacos had to do without Lazaros Christodoulopoulos, Yassine Meriah, Dimitris Nikolaou, Nahuel Leiva, Yaya Toure, Ahmed Hassan and Alexandros Voilis.

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Serie A: AC Milan 0:0 Torino - match report
9.12 || webmaster

Gianluigi Donnarumma made two decisive saves and Milan wasted golden opportunities in this goalless draw with Torino that does little for either side.

This was an unexpectedly important fixture, as a win would've put Milan within a point of third-placed Inter, while Toro’s victory would've taken them a point behind the Rossoneri and Lazio.

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Serie A: AC Milan 2:1 Parma - match report
2.12 || webmaster

Scorers: Inglese 48 (P), Cutrone 55 (M), Kessie pen 70 (M)

Milan completed another comeback from a goal down to beat Parma with a Patrick Cutrone volley and Franck Kessie penalty.

This was a head-to-head for fifth place, as Parma were only two points behind and on a run of seven points from three rounds. The Rossoneri injury crisis saw them use Ignazio Abate as centre-back with Jose Mauri getting his first Serie A appearance since August 2017, his first start in this competition since May that year. Alessio Romagnoli, Mateo Musacchio, Mattia Caldara, Lucas Biglia, Giacomo Bonaventura and suspended Gonzalo Higuain missed out.

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Europa League: AC Milan 5:2 Dudelange - match report
2.12 || webmaster

Scorers: Cutrone 21 (M), Stolz 39 (D), Turpel 49 (D), Cruz og 66 (M), Calhanoglu 70 (M), Schnell og 78 (M), Borini 81 (M)

Milan were 2-1 down to Dudelange at San Siro, but a late rally inspired by Hakan Calhanoglu – including two own goals – turned it around for a 5-2 victory.

There was also good news from Betis, who beat Olympiacos 1-0, meaning the Rossoneri can lose the final game in Greece by one clear goal and still qualify.

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Serie A: Lazio 1:1 AC Milan - match report
26.11 || webmaster

Scorers: Wallace og 78 (M), Correa 94 (L)

Franck Kessie’s deflected strike was cancelled out by a stoppage-time Joaquin Correa chest and volley, as Lazio and Milan share the spoils.

There was only one point separating them in this head-to-head for a Champions League spot. Milan Badelj stood in for Lucas Leiva, but Milan had to reinvent the team after losing Alessio Romagnoli, Mateo Musacchio, Mattia Caldara, Lucas Biglia, Giacomo Bonaventura and suspended Gonzalo Higuain. Fabio Borini was adapted to the role of left wing-back in a 3-4-2-1 formation.

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Serie A: AC Milan 0:2 Juventus - match report
11.11 || webmaster

Scorers: Mandzukic 8 (J), Ronaldo 81 (J)

Gonzalo Higuain had a nightmare against his former club, as he missed a penalty and was sent off in a rage when Juventus beat Milan 2-0.

Higuain shook off a back problem to start against his former teammates with Samu Castillejo, as Patrick Cutrone and Davide Calabria were not 100 per cent fit, with Lucas Biglia, Giacomo Bonaventura, Mateo Musacchio, Mattia Caldara and Andrea Conti unavailable. Juve missed Juan Cuadrado and decided to leave Leonardo Bonucci on the bench, perhaps to protect him from the jeers of his former fans on this first return to San Siro.

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Europa League: Betis 1:1 AC Milan - match report
9.11 || webmaster

Scorers: Lo Celso 12 (B), Suso 62 (M)

Suso’s free kick gave Milan a valuable draw away to Real Betis, but Mateo Musacchio and Hakan Calhanoglu went off injured and the Europa League group has tightened up.

Olympiacos crushed Dudelange 5-1, so are now on seven points alongside Milan, while Betis are on top with eight.

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Serie A: Udinese 0:1 AC Milan - match report
4.11 || webmaster

Scorer: Romagnoli 96 (M)

It was end-to-end stuff in Udine with chances for both sides, but Alessio Romagnoli scored another dramatic last-gasp winner for Milan.

The Rossoneri were seeking a third straight win to keep up with Lazio in fourth place, but missed Lucas Biglia, Giacomo Bonaventura, Hakan Calhanoglu, Davide Calabria and Mattia Caldara, so Tiemoue Bakayoko took control of midfield with Cristian Zapata getting a rare start in defence. The hosts were without Lukasz Teodorczyk, Giuseppe Pezzella, Svante Ingelsson and Emmanuel Badu, with Bram Nuytinck only fit for the bench. Antonin Barak also pulled out in the warm-up, so Seko Fofana stepped in.

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

Scorers: Suso 4, Romagnoli 90 (M) Romagnoli og 56 (G)

Alessio Romagnoli's freak goal with the last kick of the game beat Genoa 2-1 on Wednesday and sent Milan into the Champions League places.

Both sides seemed to be heading for a share of the spoils, until Romagnoli hooked the ball over Ionut Radu right at the death to make up for his earlier own goal.

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