PAP/EPA/Roberto Bregani/Pictured: Ante Rebic (AC Milan) and Sebastiano Luperto (Empoli FC)
The Rossoneri did not follow through with a 4-0 win over Napoli and a 0-0 draw with Empoli FC. At the end of the match, Milan put the ball into the opponent’s goal, but after a few minutes he canceled the goal.
The Champions League quarter-finalists played in Serie A on Friday. Together, they did poorly. Inter squandered points for the fourth consecutive match, drawing 1-1 with Salernitana. Napoli didn’t impress either, but with the help of their opponents they beat Lecce 2-1. Milan also faced resistance in their duel with Empoli.
The Rossoneri entered the game at home after an impressive 4-0 win over Napoli at Stade Diego Armando Maradona. Also at the beginning of the confrontation with Empoli, they had a chance to score, but Ante Rebic did not use it. The Croatian quickly ran for a through ball and decided to shoot without receiving. He hit it directly on Samuel Berrisan.
Milan players prevailed. His 71 percent possession translated into 14 shots in an hour, three of which were on goal. Empoli was limited to defending and not hitting at all. In the 50th minute, Tommaso Bobiga scored from outside the penalty area, bypassing the goal of Tuscany. In the 60th minute there was a commotion again and the ball was cleared by the Empoli defenders.
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Coach Stefano Pioli had solid alternatives up his sleeve. Rafael Leao, Olivier Giroud and Alessandro Florenzi came on as a substitute. In the 87th minute, Florenzi and Giroud launched an attack that ended with the Frenchman hitting the goal, but the Rossoneri’s joy did not last long. After reviewing the video, the goal was disallowed due to Jiro’s hand.
Sebastian Walkiewicz remained on the bench.
Milan – Empoli 0: 0
Milan: Mike Mignan – Davide Calabria (62′ Alessandro Florenzi), Malick Thiaw, Fikayo Tomori, Theo Hernandez – Ismael Bennacer (62′ Brahim Diaz), Sandro Tonali – Alexis Saylimekers (84′ Charles De Ketellari), Tommaso Pobega, Ante Rebic ( 70) Rafael Leao Divock Origi (70 Olivier Giroud)
Empoli: Samuele Perisan – Tyronne Ebuehi, Koni De Winter, Sebastiano Luperto, Fabiano Parisi – Jacopo Fazzini, Razvan Marin (78′ Liberato Cacace), Filippo Bandinelli (65′ Alberto Grassi) – Tommaso Baldanzi (78′ Nicolas Haas) – Francesco Caputo (64′ Niccolo Campiaghi), Roberto Piccoli
Yellow cards: Tonali (Milan), Cambiaghi and Satriano (Empoli)
Judge: Matteo Marcinaro
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