Foot – ITA – Cup

<p class = "canvas-atom canvas-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = "At ten for more than twenty minutes at the end of match, AC Milan were hooked by Juventus (1-1) who benefited from a generous penalty this Thursday in the semi-finals of the Italian Cup. Four days after the disappointment of the Milan derby (defeat 4-2 after leading 2-0 at halftime) AC Milan finished another match with regrets. This time, Stefano Pioli's men let victory against Juventus go in the half -final go to the Italian Cup (1-1). AC Milan's film – Juventus Turin If they cracked against Inter, in the second half, Sunday evening, this Thursday evening, the Rossoneri delivered a great match during which they obtained the most serious opportunities. And they should have won. Finally, they may blame themselves for not having put more than one goal in an encounter where they have struck 16 times (11 shots on target). In the first period Kessié (2nd), Ibrahimovic (11th), Calabria (23rd) and Rebic (28th) took their chance without success when Juve had to wait for the 36th to see Cuadrado strike the first dangerous strike for the Bianconeri on which Donnarumma went to bed perfectly. Returning from the locker room, AC Milan continued to put pressure on the team of Maurizio Sarri who lost the middle battle where Ramsey and Pjanic lost ground.
Rebic again alerted Buffon (47th), Ibra imitated him (60th) before the Croatian striker finally found the nets on a perfect service from Castillejo (61st). Too aggressive, the AC Milan players found themselves at ten after the second yellow card received by Théo Hernandez for a second big mistake on Paulo Dybala (72nd), whom he had visibly caught in flu this Thursday evening. Italian Cup: the semi-finals table At ten against eleven, the Milanese held up well against a Juve not really inspired. Rabiot entered in place of Matuidi (73rd) but it was Cristiano Ronaldo who was ultimately decisive. On an acrobatic return from the Portuguese, the ball touched Calabria's hand at close range while the defender was from behind. The referee went to check the action using the VAR and … (generously) designated the penalty spot. Ronaldo did not ask a question and deceived Donnarumma with a strong strike (90th). The return match on March 4 will not be a pleasure for the Milanese who will have to do without Hernandez but also Ibrahimovic and Castillejo also warned during this meeting. 12 Cristiano Ronaldo has scored twelve goals in the eight matches he has played in 2020. "data-reactid =" 18 "> At ten for more than twenty minutes late in the game, AC Milan were hooked by Juventus (1-1) who received a generous penalty this Thursday in the semi-finals of the Italian Cup. Four days after the disappointment of the Milan derby (4-2 defeat after leading 2-0 in the middle -time), AC Milan finished another match with regrets. This time, Stefano Pioli's men let slip the victory against Juventus, in the first leg of the Italian Cup (1- 1). The AC Milan film – Juventus Turin If they fell against Inter, in the second half, Sunday evening, this Thursday evening, the Rossoneri delivered a great match during which they got the most chances And they would have deserved to win. Ultimately, they may be angry for not having put more than one goal in an encounter where they struck 16 times (11 shots on goal). In the first period Kessié (2nd), Ibrahimovic (11th), Calabria (23rd) and Rebic (28th) took their chance without success when Juve had to wait for the 36th to see Cuadrado strike the first dangerous strike for the Bianconeri on which Donnarumma went to bed perfectly. Returning from the locker room, AC Milan continued to put pressure on the team of Maurizio Sarri who lost the battle in the middle where Ramsey and Pjanic lost ground.
Rebic again alerted Buffon (47th), Ibra imitated him (60th) before the Croatian striker finally found the nets on a perfect service from Castillejo (61st). Too aggressive, the AC Milan players found themselves at ten after the second yellow card received by Théo Hernandez for a second big mistake on Paulo Dybala (72nd), whom he had visibly caught in flu this Thursday evening. Italian Cup: the semi-finals table At ten against eleven, the Milanese held up well against a Juve not really inspired. Rabiot entered in place of Matuidi (73rd) but it was Cristiano Ronaldo who was ultimately decisive. On an acrobatic return from the Portuguese, the ball touched Calabria's hand at close range while the defender was from behind. The referee went to check the action using the VAR and … (generously) designated the penalty spot. Ronaldo did not ask a question and deceived Donnarumma with a strong strike (90th). The return match on March 4 will not be a pleasure for the Milanese who will have to do without Hernandez but also Ibrahimovic and Castillejo also warned during this meeting. 12 Cristiano Ronaldo has scored twelve goals in the eight matches he has played in 2020.