Lazio dominated Milan in their home turf at Stadio Olimpico 4-0 and collected 11 clean sheets in their past 19 Serie A games this season. For more soccerpunter news here!
This is the first time AC Milan have conceded four goals without scoring in a Serie A match for the first time since their match against Atalanta 5-0 last December 22, 2019. This dominant victory moved Lazio to within one point behind Milan and climbed into the third seed in the Serie A standings. For accurate odds and sure win, visit 12BET for the best soccer prediction site experience!
Mattia Zaccagni is the first midfielder who has both scored and provided an assist in the same event, the most different times in the big-5 European leagues current season. Sarri’s side took the lead after just four minutes when Zaccagni passed the ball to Milinkovic-Savic inside the box before the midfielder found the bottom of the corner and sent the ball to the back of the net. The midfielder registered himself on the scoresheet when he tapped in from close range after Marisc’s shot hit the post. Luis Alberto hit the third goal for the host after Pedro was fouled by Kalulu that awarded Lazio a penalty.
Milan failed to fulfill the hope of extending their winning record against Lazio to three matches for the first time since 2009 as they were outshined today. The current second placer in the Serie A is continuing their recent bad performance after they were also thrashed by rivals Internazionale 3-0 and lose the Italian Supercup, and were crashed out of the Coppa Italia in the last 16 against 10-man Torino.
“There are many things not working (at Milan) at the moment,” Coach Stefano Pioli said. “There’s mentality, tactical issues because we conceded on some situations that we certainly should have read differently.”
Anderson wrapped up the scoring and a victory for Lazio in the 75th minute, translating Luis Alberto’s precise cross from the edge of the box for his sixth Serie A goal this season and fourth in consecutive games across all competitions. Lazio were in imperious form at the Stadio Olimpico as they rallied four goals to beat Milan on Tuesday night, thanks to goals from Sergej Milinković-Savić, Mattia Zaccagni, Luis Alberto and Felipe Anderson. This result placed the Romans just a single point behind the Rossoneri who now trail the league leaders Napoli by 12 points.
In Germany: Bayern Munich avoided defeat over KoIn
The defending Bundesliga Champion have salvaged a draw thanks to Joshua Kimmich’s late long-range stunner. However, the champion really should have dominated this game and won, but KoIn dug in after just taking the lead in the early minutes of the match exerted all their efforts to defend and preserve their lead. However, the champion survived for a draw.
This consecutive draw of Bayern cost a toll to the point difference, which now cut to four points after Leipzig rallied a 6-1 victory against Schalke. The Bavarians had 25 shot KoIn’s three overall but Kimmich’s goal was the only one that touched the net. This impressive draw from KoIn lifted them into the top half of the Bundesliga table.
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