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Serie A: AC Milan 1:0 Genoa - match report 19.3 ||webmaster
Scorer: Mati Fernandez 33 (M)
Mati Fernandez celebrated his first goal in a Milan jersey to secure the 1-0 victory over a completely ineffective and nervous Genoa.
The Rossoneri were still furious after their controversial 2-1 defeat to Juventus, as Carlos Bacca was suspended for his angry reaction towards the referee. Jose Ernesto Sosa and Alessio Romagnoli also sat out bans with Ignazio Abate, Suso, Jack Bonaventura and Riccardo Montolivo injured. Genoa had one win since December and were disheartened from last week’s Derby della Lanterna loss. Nicolas Andre Burdisso was suspended with Mattia Perin, Miguel Veloso and Nikola Ninkovic sidelined.
Juventus beat Milan with a controversial penalty, converted by Paulo Dybala with the last kick of the game, after Carlos Bacca wiped out a Medhi Benatia opener.
The Bianconeri had Juan Cuadrado suspended, Giorgio Chiellini and Stefano Sturaro injured, but Mario Mandzukic pulled out with a stomach bug just before the warm-up, so Marko Pjaca was given a rare start. Vincenzo Montella missed Suso, Ignazio Abate, Manuel Locatelli, Jack Bonaventura and Riccardo Montolivo, so Lucas Ocampos stepped in with Cristian Zapata at left-back.
Carlos Bacca scored two and missed a penalty as Milan saw off Chievo 3-1, but the referee awarded two very dubious spot-kicks.
The Rossoneri were unbeaten in four, but tried to focus on the pitch just 24 hours after the long-awaited closing of a takeover by Chinese investors was again postponed. Mattia De Sciglio returned from a month out with a sprained ankle, but Luca Antonelli, Ignazio Abate, Jack Bonaventura and Riccardo Montolivo were still sidelined. Chievo had Perparim Hetemaj suspended and introduced Serge Gakpe in an attacking role.
Serie A: Sassuolo 0:1 AC Milan - match report 26.2 ||webmaster
Scorer: Bacca pen 23 (M)
Milan ended their Sassuolo curse with an extremely controversial 1-0 win, as Carlos Bacca’s penalty was just one of several strange incidents.
The Rossoneri had previously lost all three trips to the Mapei Stadium, while they won a 4-3 thriller at San Siro in October. Domenico Berardi, who already put eight career goals past Milan in just seven meetings, made his 100th Serie A appearance. Luca Antonelli, Alessio Romagnoli, Jack Bonaventura and Riccardo Montolivo were still sidelined with Mattia De Sciglio back on the bench after a sprained ankle.
Milan beat Fiorentina 2-1 to knock a perhaps fatal blow to the Viola’s European qualification hopes with Gerard Deulofeu’s decider.
This was a crucial head-to-head for Europe, as they risked being left behind in the race for a top six finish. The Rossoneri welcomed back Gabriel Paletta and Juraj Kucka from suspension, but still missed Alessio Romagnoli, Mattia De Sciglio, Luca Antonelli, Giacomo Bonaventura and Riccardo Montolivo. Vincenzo Montella shelved the False 9 experiment for Carlos Bacca’s return. The Viola had Federico Bernardeschi banned, so Josip Ilicic got a rare start.
Serie A: Udinese 2:1 AC Milan - match report 30.1 ||webmaster
Scorers: Bonaventura 5 (M), Thereau 31 (U), De Paul 73 (U)
Milan took an early lead, lost Giacomo Bonaventura to injury and fell apart in a 2-1 defeat to Udinese, but Rodrigo De Paul could’ve seen red.
The Rossoneri needed to get back on track after one point from three rounds and a Coppa Italia exit to Juventus. Davide Calabria and Riccardo Montolivo were sidelined, while Udinese had Silvan Widmer and Sven Kums carrying knocks.
Napoli inflicted a hammer blow on Milan’s top three hopes with a hugely entertaining 2-1 win at San Siro thanks to Lorenzo Insigne and Jose Callejon.
This was a head-to-head for the Champions League places and the Rossoneri now have one point from their last five meetings with the Partenopei, including a 4-0 defeat here last season. Alessio Romagnoli and Manuel Locatelli sat out bans, with Mattia De Sciglio, Mati Fernandez and Riccardo Montolivo injured, so not 100 per cent fit Davide Calabria started again with Gustavo Gomez and Jose Sosa. Kalidou Koulibaly and Faouzi Ghoulam were on international duty with Vlad Chiriches injured.
Milan came back from 2-0 down to grab a thrilling 2-2 draw away to Torino after Gigio Donnarumma saved a penalty, but Alessio Romagnoli saw red.
The Rossoneri won 3-2 in the opening round thanks to Gianluigi Donnarumma saving a last-gasp Andrea Belotti penalty, while Milan also got the Coppa Italia 2-1 victory four days ago at San Siro, so the Granata were out for revenge. Leandro Castan and Cristian Molinaro missed out, but Iago Falque returned from injury. Davide Calabria made his full comeback, as Mattia De Sciglio and Luca Antonelli were sidelined.
Serie A: AC Milan 1:0 Cagliari - match report 8.1 ||webmaster
Scorer: Bacca 88 (M)
Carlos Bacca ended his 98-day goal drought with a late winner as Milan beat Cagliari 1-0 with Bruno Alves sent off in stoppages.
The Rossoneri were feeling confident after ending 2016 with the Supercoppa Italiana, beating Juventus on penalties in Doha for their first silverware since 2011. Juraj Kucka, Mati Fernandez and Riccardo Montolivo were injured, but Gianluigi Donnarumma made his 50th appearance at the age of 17 and Manuel Locatelli started on his 19th birthday. The Sardinians missed Artur Ionita, Federico Melchiorri and suspended Simone Padoin.
Italian Supercup: Juventus 1:1 (3:4) AC Milan - goals/highlights 23.12 ||webmaster
Italian Supercup: Juventus 1:1 (3:4) AC Milan - match report 23.12 ||webmaster
Milan have won the Supercoppa Italiana after a 1-1 draw with Juventus, as Gigio Donnarumma’s penalty shoot-out save on Paulo Dybala proved decisive.
This was traditionally a clash between the Scudetto winners and Coppa Italia holders, but as Juve got both those trophies in 2016, their opponents in Doha were beaten Coppa Finalists Milan. The Rossoneri’s last piece of silverware was the Supercoppa in 2011, when Max Allegri was in charge. Leonardo Bonucci, Dani Alves and not 100 per cent fit Andrea Barzagli missed out, while Miralem Pjanic was preferred to Paulo Dybala. Milan had beaten Juventus 1-0 with a Manuel Locatelli scorcher in Serie A in October.