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AC Milan suffer narrow Spurs defeat
1.8 || webmaster

Milan were beaten 1-0 by Tottenham Hostpur last night as they continued their pre-season tour of the United States.

Despite having 16 shots compared to the London club’s five, a goal early in the second half by Georges-Kevin N’Koudou was enough to consign the Rossoneri to defeat.

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Serie A: AC Milan 5:1 Fiorentina - match report
20.5 || webmaster

Scorers: Simeone 20 (F), Calhanoglu 23 (M), Cutrone 41, 58 (M), Kalinic 49 (M), Bonaventura 75 (M)

Milan had gone behind, but came back with a vengeance to crush Fiorentina 5-1 and book their Europa League ticket.

The Rossoneri needed a win to be sure of sixth place and direct access to the Europa League group phase, or at least to match Atalanta’s result at Cagliari, but Riccardo Montolivo and Fabio Borini were suspended with Suso, Andrea Conti and Cristian Zapata injured. Manuel Locatelli stepped in for not 100 per cent fit Lucas Biglia. The Viola were virtually out of the running for Europe and had Jordan Veretout banned.

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Coppa Italia: Juventus 4:0 AC Milan - match report
13.5 || webmaster

Scorers: Benatia 56, 64 (J), Douglas Costa 61 (J), Kalinic og 76 (J)

Giorgio Chiellini was injured and Gonzalo Higuain surprisingly dropped in favour of Mario Mandzukic. The Rossoneri were highly-motivated, as victory would also ensure their place in the Europa League group phase. Instead, this means fifth, sixth and seventh will go into the Europa League, but the side in seventh will need to start the preliminary rounds in July.

This was the fifth time these clubs have met in the Coppa Italia Final, with three Juve victories in 1942, 1990 and 2016, losing only in 1973. All five of the meetings between these sides in one-off Finals of all competition had gone to extra time, four of them to penalties.

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Serie A: AC Milan 4:1 Verona - match report
6.5 || webmaster

Scorers: Calhanoglu 10 (M), Cutrone 32 (M), Abate 49 (M), Lee 84 (V), Borini 89 (M)

Milan earned a comfortable 4-1 victory to keep European ambitions alive and mathematically sent Hellas Verona back to Serie B.

The Rossoneri were battling for Europa League places, but lost their last home game to already-doomed Benevento and were missing Lucas Biglia and Andrea Conti, but Alessio Romagnoli returned from injury. Hellas were practically relegated, knowing they’d be down if they failed to win at San Siro – something the club had never managed in 26 previous attempts.

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Serie A: Bologna 1:2 AC Milan - match report
29.4 || webmaster

Scorers: Calhanoglu 34 (M), Bonaventura 45 (M), De Maio 74 (B)

Hakan Calhanoglu and Jack Bonaventura efforts from the edge of the box gave Milan a much-needed victory at the Stadio Dall’Ara.

The Rossoneri had just four stalemates from their last six rounds going into this fixture and had slipped down to seventh place, so even their Europa League qualification was at risk. Coach Gennaro Gattuso was so furious at their home defeat to relegated Benevento that he cancelled a planned two days off. Lucas Biglia joined Alessio Romagnoli and Andrea Conti on the treatment table, but Hakan Calhanoglu returned. Bologna were comfortably mid-table, though missed Mattia Destro, Filip Helander and Godfred Donsah.

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Serie A: AC Milan 0:1 Benevento - match report
22.4 || webmaster

Scorer: Iemmello 29 (B)

Bottom of the table Benevento postponed their relegation with a shock victory over Milan at San Siro, despite seeing Cheick Diabate sent off.

It's remarkable because the Southerners got their first ever Serie A point by holding Milan 2-2 at the Stadio Vigorito and this was their first ever away victory.

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AC Milan 1:1 Sassuolo - match report
8.4 || webmaster

Scorers: Politano 75 (S), Kalinic 85 (M)

Nikola Kalinic’s first goal of 2018 cancelled out a Matteo Politano strike, but a point apiece does precious little for Milan or Sassuolo.

The Rossoneri needed a victory to close on the top four and consolidate their own Europa League position too, as Inter and Roma both lost this weekend. Davide Calabria and Andrea Conti were injured, so Ignazio Abate made his first appearance in two months. The visitors were struggling to avoid relegation, but unbeaten in four, having to do without suspended Claud Adjapong and Francesco Magnanelli.

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Serie A: AC Milan vs Sassuolo - line-ups
8.4 || webmaster

Milan: G Donnarumma; Abate, Bonucci, Romagnoli, Rodriguez; Kessie, Biglia, Bonaventura; Suso, Cutrone, Calhanoglu

Milan bench: A Donnarumma, Storari, Zapata, Musacchio, Antonelli, Montolivo, Mauri, Locatelli, Borini, Andre Silva, Kalinic

Sassuolo: Consigli; Lemos, Acerbi, Peluso; Lirola, Mazzitelli, Sensi, Missiroli, Rogerio; Berardi, Politano

Sassuolo bench: Pegolo, Marson, Biondini, Matri, Pierini, Frattesi, Cassata, Babacar, Duncan, Dell’Orco, Ragusa

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Serie A: AC Milan 0:0 Internazionale - match report
4.4 || webmaster

Mauro Icardi incredibly missed two open goals, while both he and Patrick Cutrone had efforts disallowed, as Milan and Inter drew 0-0.

This fixture was postponed on March 4 and since then the form of these two city rivals had changed dramatically. The Nerazzurri were in fourth place, kept four consecutive clean sheets and Mauro Icardi had six goals in the last two games, but the Rossoneri were fresh from a defeat to Juventus and crashed out of the Europa League to Arsenal.

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Serie A: Juventus 3:1 AC Milan - match report
1.4 || webmaster

Scorers: Dybala 8 (J), Bonucci 28 (M), Cuadrado 79 (J), Khedira 87 (J)

Leonardo Bonucci scored against his old teammates, but Juan Cuadrado on his comeback and Sami Khedira saw Juventus beat Milan 3-1 late on.

The Bianconeri were given a surprise bonus before kick-off, as Napoli were held to a 1-1 draw at Sassuolo. This result therefore means that Juve go four points clear at the top of the table.

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Serie A: AC Milan 3:2 Chievo - match report
18.3 || webmaster

Scorers: Calhanoglu 10 (M), Stepinski 33 (C), Inglese 34 (C), Cutrone 53 (M), Andre Silva 82 (M)

It was a five-goal thriller at San Siro, as Milan went in front, fell behind to Chievo, turned it around again to win 3-2 and saw a penalty saved.

The Rossoneri had to pour all their focus into clawing a top four finish after going out of the Europa League at the hands of Arsenal. Alessio Romagnoli, Davide Calabria and Ignazio Abate were out injured, but Nikola Kalinic was dropped for showing a poor attitude in training. The Flying Donkeys were very much grounded by three defeats in a row, missing Alessandro Gamberini and Riccardo Meggiorini.

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Europa League: Arsenal 3:1 (5:1 agg) AC Milan - match report
17.3 || webmaster

Scorers: Calhanoglu 35 (M), Welbeck pen 39, 86 (A), Xhaka 71 (A)

Milan went out of the Europa League after a hugely controversial defeat to Arsenal, as Danny Welbeck dived for a penalty.

They were ultimately beaten 5-1 on aggregate, but with the scores at 2-1 on aggregate, that spot-kick changed the game and the tie.

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Serie A: Genoa 0:1 AC Milan - match report
11.3 || webmaster

Scorer: Andre Silva 94 (M)

Andre Silva snatched Milan’s victory with the last kick of the game against Genoa, his debut Serie A strike in dramatic circumstances.

There were concerns the game would be postponed by heavy rain, but fortunately it calmed before kick-off and the pitch drained well.

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Europa League: AC Milan 0:2 Arsenal - match report
8.3 || webmaster

Scorers: Mkhitaryan 15 (A), Ramsey 45+3 (A)

Milan’s Europa League ambitions are in tatters after a 2-0 home defeat to Arsenal, as Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Aaron Ramsey silenced San Siro.

The Rossoneri were going in unbeaten in 13 competitive games and having just qualified for the Coppa Italia Final. Luca Antontelli, Mateo Musacchio, Ignazio Abate and Andrea Conti missed out, but Arsene Wenger’s fallen giants were in disrepair. The Gunners sold Alexis Sanchez, Olivier Giroud, Theo Walcott and Mathieu Debuchy in January, had Alexandre Lacazette, Hector Bellerin and Nacho Monreal injured, with ex-Milan youth team player Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang cup-tied.

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Coppa Italia: Lazio 0:0 (4:5 pk) AC Milan - match report
1.3 || webmaster

Milan have beaten Lazio 5-4 in a sudden death penalty shoot-out to set up a Coppa Italia Final showdown with Juventus on May 9.

It ended goalless in the first leg at San Siro, then again after 120 minutes at the Olimpico, despite both teams having numerous scoring opportunities.

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Serie A: Roma 0:2 AC Milan - match report
25.2 || webmaster

Scorers: Cutrone 48 (M), Calabria 74 (M)

Roma had the better of the first half, but Patrick Cutrone’s back-heel flick and a dinked Davide Calabria finish gave Milan a huge win at the Olimpico.

This was a head-to-head for European ambitions, as nine points separated fourth from sixth going into this weekend. They were both fresh from midweek tests, the Giallorossi threw away a lead to lose 2-1 at Shakhtar Donetsk in the Champions League, the Rossoneri beating Ludogorets to set up a Europa League Round of 16 tie with Arsenal.

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Europa League: AC Milan 1:0 (4:0 agg) Ludogorets - match report
23.2 || webmaster

Scorer: Borini 20 (M)

Fabio Borini met a Patrick Cutrone cross to finish the job, as Milan shrugged Ludogorets aside 4-0 on aggregate to reach the Europa League last 16.

The Rossoneri were brimming with confidence after a 3-0 first leg victory in Bulgaria and decided to give misfiring Andre Silva an opportunity to prove himself. Gennaro Gattuso’s men were unbeaten in 10 competitive games. Ludogorets had Erol Dost and Claudiu Keseru suspended.

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Europa League: Ludogorets 0:3 AC Milan - match report
15.2 || webmaster

Scorers: Cutrone 44 (M), Rodriguez pen 63 (M), Borini 91 (M)

Patrick Cutrone scored a glancing header and earned a penalty converted by Ricardo Rodriguez as Milan conquered Ludogorets 3-0 in Bulgaria.

The Rossoneri showed how seriously they were taking this tournament by fielding a practically full-strength side against the six-times in a row Champions of Bulgaria. Andre Silva stepped in for Patrick Cutrone, with Nikola Kalinic injured and Manuel Locatelli suspended. Ludogorets hadn’t played a competitive match since December 14 due to the Winter break, plus Erol Dosta, Natanael and Claudiu Keseru sat out bans.

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Serie A: SPAL 0:4 AC Milan - match report
12.2 || webmaster

Scorers: Cutrone 2, 65 (M), Biglia 73 (M), Borini 91 (M)

Patrick Cutrone bagged a brace and Lucas Biglia enjoyed his first Milan goal in a 4-0 thumping of sorry SPAL at the Stadio Mazza.

The Rossoneri are now unbeaten in eight competitive matches and looked to Cutrone in the absence of Nikola Kalinic and suspended Davide Calabria, but Ricardo Rodriguez returned from injury. SPAL were in crisis, managing only one victory in 13 competitive matches and sitting in the drop zone, putting Coach Leonardo Semplici at risk. Francesco Vicari was banned, Marco Borriello, Pa Konate and Eros Schiavon sidelined.

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

Scorers: Suso 9 (M), Donnarumma og 76 (U)

Suso’s extraordinary scorcher from 30 metres earned 10-man Milan a point in Udine, but Davide Calabria’s red card proved costly.

Andre Silva got his first start under Gennaro Gattuso, but Ricardo Rodrigiez was injured. The hosts missed Ali Adnan and suspended Samir, so threw January buy Francesco Zampano straight into the starting XI.

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