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Serie A: Cagliari 2:1 AC Milan - match report
28.5 || webmaster

Scorers: Joao Pedro 17 (C), Lapadula pen 72 (M), Pisacane 93 (C)

Cagliari beat Milan 2-1 with the last kick of the game after 19-year-old debutant goalkeeper Luca Crosta saved Carlos Bacca’s penalty.

The Rossoneri were fresh from Europa League qualification, but made the trip without Gerard Deulofeu, Alessio Romagnoli, Ignazio Abate, Luca Antonelli and Mattia De Sciglio. As it was his final game, Milan gave Keisuke Honda the captain’s armband. Marco Borriello faced his former club, but Mauricio Isla, Marco Sau and Bruno Alves all sat out bans. Gabriel, Marco Capuano, Luca Ceppitelli, Federico Melchiorri, Daniele Dessena and Nicolò Barella were also unavailable. They gave 19-year-old Luca Crosta his Serie A debut.

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Serie A: AC Milan 3:0 Bologna - match report
21.5 || webmaster

Scorers: Deulofeu 69 (M), Honda 73 (M), Lapadula 91 (M)

Milan stepped on the gas in the second half to beat Bologna 3-0, including a Keisuke Honda free kick, and qualify for the Europa League.

The Rossoneri would mathematically secure sixth place and Europa League football with a victory in their final home game of the season, as Fiorentina lost 4-1 to Napoli last night. With Suso suspended, Mattia De Sciglio, Ignazio Abate, Luca Antonelli and Giacomo Bonaventura injured, Carlos Bacca and Gianluca Lapadula were paired together for the first time from the start. The visitors missed Domenico Maietta, Adam Nagy and Adam Masina.

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Serie A: Atalanta 1:1 AC Milan - match report
13.5 || webmaster

Scorers: Conti 44 (A), Deulofeu 88 (M)

Gerard Deulofeu’s deflected late equaliser grabbed a Milan point in Bergamo, but Atalanta still qualify for Europe after 26 years.

The Bergamo boys had the opportunity to lock down a Europa League spot with a point and a victory would secure fifth place. Andrea Conti and Remo Freuler returned from suspension, but the Rossoneri had Gabriel Paletta and Lucas Ocampos banned, plus Ignazio Abate, Luca Antonelli and Giacomo Bonaventura injured. Alessio Romagnoli recovered from a muscular problem in a revamped 3-5-2 system with Riccardo Montolivo’s first Serie A appearance since October 2016.

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Serie A: AC Milan 1:4 AS Roma - match report
7.5 || webmaster

Scorers: Dzeko 8, 28 (R), Pasalic 76 (M), El Shaarawy 78 (R), De Rossi pen 87 (R)

Edin Dzeko bagged an early brace, Stephan El Shaarawy punished his former club and Daniele De Rossi scored a late penalty as Roma ran riot away to Milan.

This was a decisive match for both sides, as the Rossoneri could break away from the chasing pack to consolidate the Europa League spot, while the Giallorossi needed a victory to recapture second place from Napoli. Mattia De Sciglio and Jose Sosa returned from suspension, but Juraj Kucka was banned with Davide Calabria, Alessio Romagnoli, Luca Antonelli, Ignazio Abate, Giacomo Bonaventura and Andrea Poli injured. Gianluca Lapadula was preferred to Carlos Bacca for the third game running. Kevin Strootman and Antonio Rudiger sat out bans following a fiery Derby della Capitale defeat to Lazio.

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Serie A: Crotone 1:1 AC Milan - match report
30.4 || webmaster

Scorers: Trotta 8 (C), Paletta 50 (M)

Milan scraped a point at the Stadio Scida after Marcello Trotta had given Crotone the lead, a missed opportunity considering Empoli and Genoa defeats.

The Calabrians had three wins and a draw going into this clash, but still in the drop zone because Empoli had shocked Milan at San Siro last week. Mattia De Sciglio and Jose Sosa were suspended with Alessio Romagnoli, Ignazio Abate and Giacomo Bonaventura injured. When these sides met at San Siro in December, Diego Falcinelli had opened the scoring only for Abate and Gianluca Lapadula to turn it around late on.

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Serie A: AC Milan 1:2 Empoli - match report
23.4 || webmaster

Scorers: Mchedlidze 40 (E), Thiam 67 (E), Lapadula 72 (M)

Milan’s European ambitions took a huge knock with this surprise 2-1 home defeat to relegation-threatened Empoli, as Suso saw a penalty parried.

The Rossoneri were hoping to take advantage of Inter’s capitulation at Fiorentina to break away in the race for Europe, but hosted an Empoli side revitalised by their controversial win in Florence. Fresh from a last-gasp 2-2 derby draw, Vincenzo Montella had Mario Pasalic back from suspension, but Alessio Romagnoli wasn’t risked after a knee problem and Gianluca Lapadula preferred to Carlos Bacca. The visitors lost Uros Cosic, suspended Rade Krunic and couldn’t count on Marcel Buchel after his fainting spell in training.

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Serie A: Internazionale 2:2 AC Milan - match report
15.4 || webmaster

Scorers: Candreva 35 (I), Icardi 44 (I), Romagnoli 83 (M), Zapata 97 (M)

Antonio Candreva and Mauro Icardi thought they’d given Inter the Derby della Madonnina, but Milan’s incredible comeback at the 97th minute made it 2-2.

This was a momentous Derby, as this week Yonghong Li completed the takeover of Milan, ending the 31-year reign of Silvio Berlusconi. The early kick-off was a nod to this fact and Suning Group owning Inter, as it was prime-time in China.

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Serie A: AC Milan 4:0 Palermo - match report
9.4 || webmaster

Scorers: Suso 6 (M), Pasalic 19 (M), Bacca 37 (M), Deulofeu 70 (M)

Suso marked his comeback with a goal, as Milan made short work of sorry Palermo with Mario Pasalic, Carlos Bacca and Gerard Deulofeu on target.

The Rossoneri had to push for points after a surprise stalemate away to Pescara and had Suso back from injury, though Andrea Bertolacci, Ignazio Abate, Giacomo Bonaventura and Riccardo Montolivo were still absent. The Sicilians had Alessandro Diamanti available after his ban was halved on appeal, though Alessandro Gazzi was suspended.

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Serie A: Pescara 1:1 AC Milan - match report
4.4 || webmaster

Scorers: Paletta og 12 (P), Pasalic 41 (M)

Mario Pasalic made up for a Gianluigi Donnarumma howler – letting Gabriel Paletta’s back-pass roll in – but Milan only scraped a point at Pescara.

The Rossoneri needed to push their way back into the race for a Europa League spot and visited a Pescara side that had lost five in a row. Suso, Andrea Bertolacci, Ignazio Abate, Giacomo Bonaventura and Riccardo Montolivo missed out, while ex-Delfini hero Gianluca Lapadula was on the bench in his emotional return to the Adriatico. Zdenek Zeman had to do without Andrea Coda, Davide Vitturini, Alberto Gilardino, Simone Pepe and Guglielmo Stendardo. He started Mamadou Coulibaly, an 18-year-old midfielder who arrived from Senegal on a boat in December 2015 and was homeless for a while, but now found himself in Serie A.

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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.

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Serie A: AC Milan vs. Genoa - line-ups
18.3 || webmaster

Milan: Donnarumma; De Sciglio, Zapata, Paletta, Vangioni; Kucka, Bertolacci, Mati Fernandez; Ocampos, Lapadula, Deulofeu

Milan bench: Storari, Plizzari, Honda, Gomez, Poli, Antonelli, Cutrone, Locatelli, Pasalic, Calabria

Genoa: Lamanna; Izzo, Munoz, Gentiletti, Laxalt; Hiljemark, Cataldi, Ntcham; Lazovic, Simeone, Taarabt

Genoa bench: Rubinho, Edenilson, Cofie, Palladino, Biraschi, Beghetto, Orban, Pandev, Brivio, Rigoni, Morosini, Pinilla

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Serie A: Juventus 2:1 AC Milan - match report
11.3 || webmaster

Scorers: Benatia 30 (J), Bacca 43 (M), Dybala pen 97 (J)

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.

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Serie A: AC Milan 3:1 Chievo - match report
5.3 || webmaster


Bacca 23, 70 (M), De Guzman pen 43 (C), Lapadula pen 82 (M)

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.

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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.

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Serie A: AC Milan 2:1 Fiorentina - match report
22.2 || webmaster

Scorers: Kucka 16 (M), Kalinic 20 (F), Deulofeu 31 (M)

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.

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Serie A: AC Milan vs. Fiorentina - line-ups
19.2 || webmaster

Milan: Donnarumma; Abate, Gomez, Paletta, Vangioni; Kucka, Sosa, Pasalic; Suso, Bacca, Deulofeu

Fiorentina: Tatarusanu; Gonzalo Rodriguez, Salcedo, Astori; Vecino, Cristoforo, Sanchez, Borja Valero, Chiesa; Ilicic; Kalinic

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

Scorers: Biglia 45 +1 (L) Suso 85 (M)

Lazio were made to pay for a series of missed chances, as Suso’s stunner earned Milan a point at the Olimpico.

The Biancocelesti were dominant, and leading through Lucas Biglia’s penalty, but the Spaniard curled in a late equaliser to prevent an injury-ravaged Diavolo from losing a fourth game in five.

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Serie A: Lazio vs. AC Milan - line-ups
13.2 || webmaster

Lazio: Marchetti; Basta, Hoedt, De Vrij, Radu; Biglia, Milinkovic-Savic, Parolo; Keita, Felipe Anderson, Immobile

Lazio bench: Strakosha, Vargic, Gabarroni Gil, Lukaku, Djordjevic, Crecco, Fortuna, Quissanga, Lulic, Lombardi, Tounkara, Murgia

Milan: Donnarumma; Abate, Gustavo Gomez, Zapata, Vangioni; Pasalic, Locatelli, Poli; Suso, Deulofeu, Ocampos

Milan bench: Storari, Plizzari, Lapadula, Honda, Mati, Sosa, El Hilali, Zucchetti, Bacca, Bertolacci

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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.

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Coppa Italia: Juventus 2:1 AC Milan - match report
25.1 || webmaster

Scorers: Dybala 10 (J), Pjanic 21 (J), Bacca 53 (M)

Juventus knocked 10-man Milan out of the Coppa Italia after a 2-1 victory and go on to face Napoli in the semi-final.

Juventus and Napoli will meet in the Coppa Italia semi-final on March 3 and April 5. By a curious twist of fate, these sides will also clash in Serie A on the weekend of April 2.

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