Including Ibrahimovic, 3 players become “victim” Milan’s victory over Rome page all – Three players AC Milan, including Zlatan Ibrahimovic, became the “sacrifice” of Stefano Pioli’s men victory over AS Roma in the 24th week of the top competition Italian League, A league.

I Rossoneri, nicknamed AC Milan, managed to reap full points when he visited AS Roma.

AS Roma vs AC Milan match which was held at the Stadio Olimpico, Monday (1/3/2021) early morning WIB ended in a victory for the visitors.

Milan successfully beat Roma with a thin score of 2-1.

Franck Kessie (42 ‘) scored two Rossoneri goals each from a penalty and kick Ante Rebic in the 58th minute.

Meanwhile, Jordan Veretout’s only goal to reply to Roma was scored by Jordan Veretout in the 50th minute.

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However, behind the victory at the Olimpico, AC Milan got bad news about the condition of its three players, namely Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Hakan Calhanoglu, and the goal scorer Ante Rebic.

Calhanoglu became the first player to be withdrawn by Stefano Pioli in the AS Roma vs AC Milan match.

The Turkish attacking midfielder was replaced by Brahim Diaz after a pause.

Then in the 56th minute, it was Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s turn to leave the field. Ibra’s position was then replaced by Rafael Leao.

Meanwhile, Ante Rebic was pulled out nine minutes after he broke into the AS Roma goal.

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After the match, Pioli confirmed that all three players were withdrawn due to injuries.

“Ibra, Calhanoglu, and Rebic have problems in their muscles,” Pioli was quoted as saying Sky Sport Italy.

Pioli added that the injuries to Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Hakan Calhanoglu, and also Ante Rebic against Roma will be analyzed the following day.

“All three seem tired and not something more serious, but we will analyze further the next day,” said Pioli.

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“I have a lot of players. However, I also hope to have more players because we are entering a decisive phase this season,” said Pioli.

AC Milan is currently ranked second Italian League standings 2020-2021 with a collection of 52 points, four points adrift of Inter Milan, who is perched at the top.

After visiting AS Roma headquarters, then the Rossoneri will host Udinese in the 25th giornata, the middle of this week.


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