AC Milan humiliated at home by Sassuolo in Serie A

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AC Milan humiliated at home by Sassuolo in Serie A

Third in Serie A, the AC Milan of Olivier Giroud, Pierre Kalulu and Théo Hernandez was corrected 5-2 at San Siro by the seventeenth, Sassuolo, this Sunday, and completely misses the opportunity to pass in front of the Inter in the standings. Everything seemed to start well for the Rosseneri, with Olivier Giroud’s opener, receiving a cross from Théo Hernandez… but he was offside with one shoulder (8th).

Behind, Milan was especially feverish and negligent. And Domenico Berardi hurt him a lot. On a quick transition, number 10 from Sassuolo easily found Defrel in the area for the first goal (19th), then Frattesi, for a shot from the right at the near post from the former Nantes player Tatarusanu (21st). Stunned, AC Milan managed to reply by Giroud, higher than Erlic to score with a good uncrossed header on a cross from Calabria (24th). His first goal since the quarter-final of the World Cup against England (2-1, December 10).


Milan conceded 9 goals this week in the Championship: 4 against Lazio on Tuesday (4-0), and therefore 5 this afternoon against Sassuolo (5-2).

But Sassulo continued to take advantage of his opponent’s defensive apathy, Berardi scoring with an uncrossed header at the near post from a corner (30th), in this astonishing first half hour. The break was not profitable for Milan either, since Armand Laurienté was mowed down in the area by Calabria on the way back from the locker room, and the ex-Lorient player took the opportunity to score his third goal of the season in the shirt. green, on penalty (47th).

To make matters worse, Milan was denied a new goal for an offside by Rebic (54th), before sinking. After a ball recovered on the right side at the feet of Hernandez, Matheus Henrique quietly deceived Tatarusanu from the left for the 5-1 (79th). With a magnificent shot from the right, Divock Origi slightly mitigated the disaster but this AC Milan still took a slap after the 4-0 endured in Roma against LazioTuesday, and his bitter failure against Inter in the Italian Supercup (0-3, January 18).

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