Results of the Italian League, AC Milan Being in Sampdoria Headquarters
AC Milan failed to continue the victory trend at Sampdoria headquarters. In the sixth week of Serie A – the top caste of the Italian League – at the Luigi Ferraris stadium on Sunday (24/09/2017), Milan lost 0-2 from Sampdoria.
Two Sampdoria goals nested into AC Milan goalkeeper by Duvan Zapata (72 minutes) and Ricky Alvarez (90 ‘). This result stops the record always winning Milan in the last three matches at Sampdoria headquarters.
At the start of the first half, both teams play cautiously. Tempo game also tend to be slow in the early minutes.
In the 13th minute, the home side surprised through a Duvan Zapata header. Receiving Gaston Ramirez’s gastric bait, Zapata headed the ball behind Gianluigi Donnarumma.
However, the AC Milan goalkeeper was still nimble enough to catch Zapata’s header.
AC Milan more depressed throughout the mid-first half.
Rossoneri striker, Nikola Kalinic, even had to come down to help the defense because it was isolated on the front lines.
A few minutes ahead of the first round was over, Dennis Praet had a golden opportunity after successfully past several AC Milan players.
However, the kick is still deviated thin of the goal Donnarumma. The same strong score lasted for the first 45 minutes.
Entering the second half, the position has not changed. Both teams are balanced in terms of attack.
In the 55th minute, former Juventus player Fabio Quagliarella had a chance to break the deadlock.
However, he was first caught off-side before scoring a thin kick wide of the AC Milan goal.
In the 62nd minute, Suso was dropped in the Sampdoria penalty box, but referee Paolo Valeri did not consider it an offense.
Two minutes later, Sampdoria again threatened the defense of AC Milan through Dennis Praet kick from outside the penalty box. However, the kick Praet successfully secured by Donnarumma.
Entering the 65th minute, the Rossoneri increased the tempo of the game. AC Milan threatened through acceleration Franck Kessie into the penalty box that must be stopped by Marco Ferrari.
Goals for Sampdoria finally created in the 74th minute. Starting from the hull of Edgar Barreto, chaos in front of goal AC Milan successfully utilized by Duvan Zapata into goals.
As if stung by Zapata goal, AC Milan tried to confine Sampdoria defense.
Vincenzo Montella includes two players at once, Patrick Cutrone and Hakan Calhanoglu, to increase the intensity of the attack.
However, the chances of AC Milan through Nikola Kalinic successfully arrested by defender Sampdoria.
In the minutes of injury time, Sampdoria managed to double the advantage through Ricky Alvarez scored.
Through the counter-attack, Alvarez scored a kick along the ground that Donnarumma could not save.
Alvarez’s goal was the last in the game. AC Milan should recognize the benefits of Sampdoria with a score of 0-2. (Taufan Bara)
Sampdoria 2-0 AC Milan (Duvan Zapata 74 ‘, Ricky Alvarez 90’)
Sampdoria (4-3-1-2): 1-Christian Puggioni; 24-Bartosz Bereszynski, 26-Matias Silvestere, 13-Gianmarco Ferrari, 17-Ivan Strinic; 8-Edgar Barreto, 34-Lucas Torreira (28-Leonardo Capezzi 90 ‘), 18-Dennis Praet (11-Ricky Alvarez 90’); 90-Gaston Ramirez (21-Valerio Verre 84 ‘); 27-Fabio Quagliarella, 91-Duvan Zapata.
Coach: Marco Giampaolo
AC Milan (3-5-1-1): 99-Gianluigi Donnarumma; 17-Cristian Zapata, 19-Leonardo Bonucci, 13-Alessio Romagnoli; 21-Lucas Biglia, 5-Giacomo Bonaventura (63-Patrick Cutrone 78 ‘), 79-Franck Kessie, 20-Ignazio Abate (11-Fabio Borini 81’), 68-Ricardo Rodriguez; 8-Suso (10-Hakan Calhanoglu 78 ‘); 7-Nikola Kalinic.
Coach: Vincenzo Montella
Referee: Paolo Valeri
Stadium: Luigi Ferraris