Milan – AC Milan is struggling to beat Verona in Serie A this weekend. The Rossoneri won 3-2, having trailed by two goals in the first half.
The eighth week of the 2021/2022 Italian League presents the Milan vs Verona match . The match was held at the San Siro, Sunday (17/10/2021) early morning WIB.
GOAL! The home team was surprised by Verona’s quick goal in the seventh minute. Miguel Veloso sent a pass to Gianluca Caprari which was completed for the goal.
The Video Assistant Referee (VAR) reviewed whether there was an offside violation in the process of Caprari’s goal. The referee and VAR decided Verona’s goal was valid. The visitors lead 1-0.
PENALTY! Verona got a golden opportunity to double the advantage from the penalty spot. Antonin Barak dropped by Alessio Romagnoli in the forbidden box.
GOAL! Antonin Barak, who stepped forward as an executor, successfully carried out his duties perfectly. Verona are 2-0 up.
Milan tried to catch up in the remaining time of the first half. But until halftime, the position of 2-0 for Verona did not change.
GOAL! Milan can only break the deadlock 14 minutes of the second half running. Rafael Leao sent the ball crossing from the left side which was successfully headed in by Olivier Giroud into the Verona goal.
PENALTY! The home team was rewarded with 12 kicks in the 74th minute. Milan’s substitute, Samuel Castillejo, was violated by Marco Davide Faraoni in the penalty box.
2-2! Franck Kessie as Milan’s penalty executor managed to outwit goalkeeper Lorenzo Montipo through a low kick. The position changed to a strong 2-2.
3-2! Milan turned things around four minutes later. Verona’s Koray Guenter scored an own goal after mistaking Castillejo’s pass in the penalty box.
The own goal was also the closing of the Milan vs Verona duel. The home team won a dramatic 3-2.
This victory brought Milan to the top of the Italian League standings with 22 points. Meanwhile, Verona is stuck in 13th position with 8 points.
AC Milan : Ciprian Tatarusanu; Davide Calabria, Fikayo Tomori, Alessio Romagnoli, Fode Ballo-Toure; Ismael Bennacer (Zlatan Ibrahimovic 77 ‘), Franck Kessie; Alexis Saelemaekers (Samuel Castillejo 46 ‘), Daniel Maldini (Rade Krunic 46’), Ante Rebic (Rafael Leao 36 ‘); Olivier Giroud (Sandro Tonali 82 ‘).
Verona : Lorenzo Montipo; Koray Guenter, Federico Ceccherini (Bosko Sutalo 46 ‘), Nicolo Casale; Darko Lazovic (Matteo Cancellieri 79 ‘), Miguel Veloso (Adrien Tameze 60’), Ivan Ilic, Marco Faraoni; Antonin Barak, Gianluca Caprari (Giovanni Simeone 60 ‘), Nikola Kalinic (Kevin Lasagna 63’).