AC Milan managed to secure their fourth consecutive win in all competitions this evening, beating Brescia away from home. However, the game was far from easy for the Rossoneri as the home side controlled the play, creating several chances to really threaten their opponents.
Brescia completely owned the first 15 minutes of the game, managing to play out of Milan’s pressure and thus gaining even more confidence as the minute passed. After just two minutes, Simon Kjaer was booked for the Rossoneri as he brought down Torregrossa, which meant he had to be careful the entire game. Continue reading
AC Milan are gearing up to take on Brescia away from home this Friday, following the dramatic 3-2 win against Udinese last time out. The Rossoneri could grab their fourth consecutive in all competitions, which would further confirm that they are on the right path.
Certainly, Stefano Pioli’s men have stepped up in recent weeks. In particular, two factors are behind the sudden change in form: the manager’s formation change – from 4-3-3 to 4-4-2 – and the arrival of Zlatan Ibrahimovic. Both combined, in addition to a few other tweaks, have really sprung some life into this team. Continue reading
After months of sitting on the bench, Ante Rebic finally got his chance for AC Milan last week. Playing the Coppa Italia game against SPAL from start, the Croatian did well to convince Stefano Pioli that he can do a lot for the team. Because, just four days later, he was the match-winner for the Rossoneri.
Certainly, the former Eintracht Frankfurt man’s adventure with the red and black side got off to a rough start. Having to adapt to Italian football, as well as two different managers, the winger got lost in the mix as he never got a chance to prove his worth in the Milan environment. Continue reading
Despite conceding two goals, AC Milan managed to beat Udinese in front of a big crowd at the San Siro, thus claiming their third consecutive win in all competitions. The performance perhaps wasn’t top-notch, but the Rossoneri will be happy with the three points nevertheless, especially considering how the game was decided. Continue reading
After the important away win at Cagliari, AC Milan managed to grab yet another win on Wednesday evening as they took on SPAL in the Coppa Italia. Once again, the Rossoneri looked very confident and won the game without too many issues, putting three goals past the goalkeeper.
In other words, after the attacking struggles at the start of the season, Pioli’s men have now scored five goals in their last two games. This certainly is a sign of improvement and they have the results to show for it. On Sunday afternoon, they will have the opportunity to make it three in a row. Continue reading
AC Milan managed to follow up the win against Cagliari last weekend with yet another one this evening, beating SPAL with ease at the San Siro. Certainly, it was an encouraging performance by Pioli’s men, who now will face Torino ht quarter-finals of Coppa Italia.
The Rossoneri started the game very well, immediately showing the away side their intentions for the evening. However, at least initially, SPAL managed to get past the Milan players despite the high line they faced. Pioli’s response? He ordered his players to push even further. Continue reading
AC Milan managed to claim all three points (finally) away at Cagliari this weekend, scoring their first goal in three games. Certainly, the performance was an encouraging sign of what’s to come, should Stefano Pioli’s men be able to build on the display.
As you would expect, Ibrahimovic was crucial for the Rossoneri, inspiring his new teammates. In addition to the Swede, Pioli also dared to switch things up with a new formation (the 4-4-2) and a few changes. For example, after the horrible outing against Sampdoria, he benched Suso in favour of Castillejo. Continue reading
AC Milan finally managed to claim all three points, beating Cagliari at the Sardegna Arena this afternoon. The Rossoneri quite convincingly secured a 2-0 scoreline against the Sardinia side, thus grabbing their first win in three games.
However, there is still a long way to go for Pioli’s side, although today’s clash was certainly a step in the right direction. Above all, the players looked very confident, which we haven’t seen much in the first half of the season. There is no doubt that Ibrahimovic’s arrival has made a big difference. Continue reading
Following a very disappointing start to the year, managing just one point at home against Sampdoria, AC Milan have a lot to prove as they take on Cagliari at the Sardegna Arena tomorrow afternoon. Certainly, the pressure is on them to show that they really are on the right track.
The Rossoneri’s performance last time out was dreadful overall, and although there were some positive glimpses, they will need to drastically improve as tomorrow’s clash won’t be an easy one. Sure, Cagliari’s impressive start has hit a roadblock as of late, but Milan have enough of their own problems to deal with. Continue reading
The Christmas break has come to an end (finally), and AC Milan are hoping to bounce back from the disastrous 5-0 loss against Atalanta last time out. Taking on Sampdoria at San Siro, the fans are expecting to see a completely different side as they need all the points they can get to climb the standings.
Of course, the season hasn’t been what the Rossoneri had hoped for thus far, sitting in 11th place far away from a top-four finish. That said, the season isn’t over and there is still time to put a positive spin on this campaign, although it won’t be easy to achieve for Stefano Pioli’s men. Continue reading