Jovic, invincible: a goal every 50'!

Jovic, invincible: a goal every 50'!

Luka Jovic is becoming a decisive factor for Milan. A goal from the Serbian player secured a hard-fought and fundamental victory at the Frosinone stadium (2-3), thanks to which Pioli’s team went seven consecutive days without losing and steadily strengthened their third-place position. The former Madrid player, for his part, has been unbeaten since December. He has seven goals and one assist in his last ten appearances, although with only 402 minutes on the green: he scored a goal every 50 minutes played.

However, the starter in the Milan forward line was the untouchable Giroud, who was once again vital. After 17 minutes, the Frenchman opened the scoring with a powerful header from a pass from Leao, taking his tally to 11 goals this season. Di Francesco’s men, who are playing very well although they are beginning to need points, expressed thanks to the talent of Sole, one of the great revelations of this Serie A. The player, on loan from Juve, equalized with a penalty awarded for handball. .Leo, and, in the second half, he assisted Mazzitelli to make it 2–1, completing the comeback in the 65th minute.

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Milan, like Udinese two days earlier, had to press hard in the last half hour to turn the score around again, and they did. Gabbia celebrated his first goal in Serie A from a corner taken by Giroud and Luka Jovic came on in the 80th minute. It took just over a minute for the striker to score the decisive goal: he did so down the stretch, taking advantage of a rebound in the middle of the field after a Bennacer cross. With his goal, Milan move 14 points clear of fifth place and six points behind Inter, who have two games in hand and host Juve in the San Siro game tomorrow.

Di Gregorio support Monza

A brilliant performance from goalkeeper Michele Di Gregorio helped Monza draw (0-0) at the Blueenergy Stadium against Udinese, who are still without a win and are in danger of the relegation zone, where they are only one point away from. Raffaele Palladino’s team weathered the storm thanks to its goalkeeper, who was once again Monza’s most outstanding player. Di Gregorio made six saves and gave a point to Rafael Palladino’s side, who have now won two games without losing. Inefficient in attack, Udinese have already gone five games without a win and are sixteenth in the table, just one behind the team tipped for relegation.

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Alliance tie at empoli

Empoli and Genoa were ineffective and unsuccessful in a flat duel, which ended with no goals and a draw that partially met the expectations of both. Empoli remain in relegation after a point gained at their home ground, the Carlo Castellani Stadium, but are level with Verona, the symbol of salvation. David Nicola’s side have a chance to stay up, having already won four games without losing and gaining distance from the bottom of the table, where Salernitana is anchored.

Genoa, which ended the duel with ten players due to the expulsion of Connie de Winter, is in no one’s land. Alberto Gilardino’s team continued its good form, which lacked ambition in friendly territory, to get closer to the European Cup. They are eleventh in the standings, having not lost in eight matches and Lazio are sixth in the European zone, five points away.

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noah okafor (61′, Ruben Loftus-Cheek), Ismail Bennacer (61′, Tijani Renders), Emmanuel Valery (76′, Demba Sek), Pol Lirola (76′, Abdou Harroui), walid chedira (76′, Kaio George), luka jovic (79′, Christian Pulisic), arizon ibrahimovic (84′, Luca Mazzitelli), Yunus Musa (85′, Oliver Giroud), rainier (85′, Marco Brescianini), alessandro florenzi (85′, Davide Calabria)


0-1, 16′: Giraud1-1, 23′: matias sole malvano2-1, 64′: hammer2-2, 71′: matteo gabbia2-3, 80′: jovic


Referee: Luca Pareto
VAR Referees: Maurizio Mariani, Simone Souza
loftus-cheeks (42′, yellow) Tijani Renders (48′, yellow) Abdulrahman Harroui (55′, yellow) florenzi (94′, yellow)


Classification PT PJ PG PE PP

12 29 23 7 8 8
13 24 23 5 9 9
14 23 23 6 5 12
15 19 21 5 4 12
16 19 23 2 13 8

Classification PT PJ PG PE PP

1 54 21 17 3 1
2 53 22 16 5 1
3 49 23 15 4 4
4 36 21 11 3 7
5 35 22 10 5 7


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