AC Milan take three points after defeating Bologna 2-1

AC Milan take Three Points after defeating Bologna 2-1

Milan played and won 2-1 as a visitor last Saturday’s game in the Renato Dall’ara. Bologna faced the match wanting to overcome their league score after suffering a 2-0 defeat in the previous match against Juventus. Regarding the visiting team, AC Milan lost by a result of 3-0 in the previous duel against Atalanta. With this result, the Bolognese team is thirteenth at the end of the game, while Milan continues as leader of Serie A.

The meeting started in a favorable way for AC Milan, which premiered the luminous thanks to the goal of Ante Rebic in the 26th minute, thus closing the first period with the result of 1-0.

The second part of the match started in a positive way for the visiting team, who increased their scoring account with respect to their opponent with a maximum penalty goal of Franck Kessie at 55 minutes. However, the Bolognese team in minute 81 approached the scoreboard through a goal of Andrea Poli. Finally, the confrontation ended with a 2-1 on the scoreboard.

In the changes chapter, Bologna from Sinisa Mihajlovic relieved Emanuel Vignato, Mattias Svanberg, Andreas Olsen, Rodrigo Sebastian Palacio Y Andrea Poli by Nicola Sansone, Nicolas Dominguez, Riccardo Orsolini, Mitchell Dijks Y Jerdy Schouten, while the technician Milan, Stefano Pioli, ordered the entry of Ismael Bennacer, Rade Krunic Y Mario Mandzukic to supply Sandro Tonali, Ante Rebic Y Rafael Leao.

The referee sanctioned three players with a yellow card. He showed two yellow cards to Mitchell Dijks Y Roberto Soriano, from Bologna and one to Ante Rebic from Milan.

With 46 points, AC Milan maintains the leadership of Serie A, in a position to access the Champions League, at the end of the match, while Bologna it was placed in thirteenth place with 20 points.

In the next game in Serie A, Bologna will play against Parma at home and AC Milan will face Crotone in his fiefdom.

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