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Milan played a draw in its sixth Serie A match

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In the Italian Serie A 32nd round match Napoli and Milan played 2-2.

In a really good game, both teams won one point each as four goals were scored in the end.

The first lead in the match was taken by Milan. For the Rossoneri’s 0:1 advantage, Theo Hernandez scored a great goal in the 20th minute.

The joy of the guests from Milan did not last long. After a bad reaction from Donnarumma, Di Lorenzo scored for 1:1, and Napoli equalized in the 34th minute.

With this result, they went on vacation, and then Napoli was the first to take the lead. Donnarumma reacted badly again, and in the 60th minute of the match, Mertens scored for a 2:1 advantage.

However, the Rossoneri reached the point in the 73rd minute of the match. Referee La Penna pointed to the white spot and Franck Kessie scored for the final 2-2.

With a player less, Milan ended the match, and the Saelemaekers received a red card. Without a loss in the championship, this is the sixth match in a row for the Rossoneri (four wins and two draws).

Juventus is sitting on the top with 76 points, Lazio is placed second with 68 points, and one point less is Atalanta on the third position.


NAPOLI (4-3-3): Ospina; Di Lorenzo, Maksimovic, Koulibaly, Mario Rui; Fabian (65′ Elmas), Lobotka (65′ Demme), Zielinski; Callejon (84′ Politano), Mertens (74′ Milik), Insigne (74′ Lozano). Subs: Meret; Ghoulam, Hysaj, Luperto, Manolas; Allan; Younes. Coach: Gattuso.

AC MILAN (4-2-3-1): G. Donnarumma; Conti, Kjær, Romagnoli, Hernández; Kessie, Bennacer; Paquetá (46′ Saelemaekers), Çalhanoğlu (61′ Bonaventura), Rebić (88′ Krunić); Ibrahimović (61′ Leão). Subs: Begović, Soncin; Calabria, Gabbia, Laxalt; Biglia, Brescianini; Maldini. Coach: Pioli.

Referee: La Penna from Roma.

Goals: 20′ Hernández (M), 34′ Di Lorenzo (N), 60′ Mertens (N), 73′ pen. Kessie (M), .

Booked: 9′ Di Lorenzo (N), 30′ Mario Rui (N), 75′ Hernández (M), 77′ Conti (M).

Sent Off: 87′ Saelemaekers (M).

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