The end of the Milan streak, which maintained four successive successes before its setback in the Turin park on Sunday, on behalf of the twelfth day of the Italian Serie A (1-2). The situation would have been very different, of course, if Rafael Liao had not revised their very clear chance at the start of the encounter, especially the second (sixth). But the Portuguese striker, AC Milan, lost everything to replace him (by Ante Rebic) in the first half.
Opportunities that Torino did not miss, former Nantes player Kofi Djidji opened the scoring with a header for Turin (35th place). Before that, in the process, Alexei Miranchuk gave his team more air with a nice cross shot (37th position). Stefano Pioli’s annoyance wouldn’t change anything, nor his choice to bring in Rebic, Charles de Kettleri and Sergino Dest from the break, as Divock Origi was too short on a cross from Rebic (50th).
Jerod played a quarter of an hour
Milanese, ignorant, found the fault only in a mistake from goalkeeper Vanja Milinkovic-Savic, which Junior Messias (67) took advantage of. The entry of Olivier Giroud (78), who was kept, also had no effect, as the France international was poorly served or poorly served.
Milan lost for the second time this season after its defeat against Napoli (1-2, September 18), which moved up the Italian league standings, five points behind Atalanta Bergamo, the winner of Empoli (2-0), and six points over the defending champion.