Milan beats Torino: AC Milan score 2 goals against Torino to stay at top of the Serie A table

Milan beats Torino: It was Milan vs Torino in Serie A. The match AC Milan vs Torino ended in a 2-0 win for AC Milan.

AC Milan welcomed Torino to play their 17th match in Serie A.

Rafael Leao scored in the 25th minute to give the hosts the lead. The second goal came as a penalty as Franck Kessie converted the goal in the 36th minute.

Milan stays on the top of Serie A. They have 40 points from 17 matches. Torino sits in the 19th position as they have 12 points from 17 matches.

Milan vs Torino in Serie A: Match Details

Match – Milan vs Torino

Date –  Jan 10, 2020

Time –  01:15 AM (IST)

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Milan vs Torino in Serie A: Milan vs Torino Match Facts

After approaching a calendar year undefeated in Serie A, Milan’s remarkable run was mercilessly shattered by old foes Juventus on Wednesday.

Stricken by both a series of injuries and a pre-game COVID-19 outbreak – which affected Rade Krunic and Ante Rebic – the Rossoneri encountered the Old Lady seriously short-handed in midfield and attack, with Davide Calabria asked to improvise in midfield.

A late equalizer from Brazilian defender Bremer – apparently a transfer window target for several bigger clubs across Europe – gave Torino a merited 1-1 draw with Verona in midweek.

Head coach Giampaolo reverted to using Sasa Lukic as a ‘number 10’ behind the front pair on Wednesday, with his team managing 17 attempts – though only two were ultimately on target – against a notoriously resilient visiting side.

Milan vs Torino Head-to-Head

Milan recorded a slender 1:0 win when meeting Torino for the last time in February of 2020 at Stadio Giuseppe Meazza.

The Rossoneri won the previous encounter too but needed extra-time as their Cup meeting finished in a 2:2 draw during the regular 90 minutes. Before those two games, Torino was on a run of two back-to-back victories and unbeaten in six consecutive H2H clashes.

None of the previous seventeen matches ended in a win for the away sides. Two of the last five encounters produced over 2,5 goals, and also two witnessed goals at both ends.

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