Teams on the pitch do not meet often. In 17 games, AC Milan have won five times, but lost six times. Six matches ended in a draw.
The first important event of the match is the penalty for the player. Only one card was shown to AC Milan’s Olivier Giroud in the first half. It was the 44th minute of the fight.
The first half ended 0-0.
In 53 minutes the referee awarded a card to Teun Koopmeiners of Atlanta BC. Olivier Giroud was replaced by Andre Repicia in the 54th minute.
The AC Milan coach decided to play even more aggressively. In the same minute he replaced defender Alexis Salemakers and introduced former junior Messi on the pitch. As you can see, the coach thought his team would soon take the lead. He was right, his team scored and won the match. In the 55th minute, Atlanta PC: Duan Sabada, Ruslan Malinowski left the field and were replaced by Luis Muriel and Mario Basalik.
Luck laughed when Rafael Leo scored the first goal in the 56th minute of AC Milan. AC Milan changed in the 63rd minute. Ismail Bennasser moved to Sandra Donali.
AC Milan player Frank Kessie receives a card in the 67th minute. A few minutes later, the Atlanta BC coach decided to bring a little more freshness to midfield, and in the 70th minute he replaced the tired Matteo Pesina. Jeremy Boca stepped into the middle of the pitch to calm down a bit.
The Atlanta PC team quickly went on the offensive to make up for the loss. AC Milan’s eleven run took advantage of this opportunity to score another goal. Theo Hernandez decided 15 minutes before the end of the game. Rat Chronic contributed to the goal situation.
Between the 79th and 80th minutes AC Milan players Rat Chronic and David Calabria left the field. Also on the opposing team, the coach ordered the pitch to be changed, replacing Hans Hatfair and Jose Palomin with Giorgio Scolvini and Marie Demirel. Atlanta PC’s Ruslan Malinowski was shown a yellow card by the referee in the 87th minute, and in the second minute of extra time, Ismail Benasser of the opposing team. The result did not change until the end of the match. The game ended 2-0.
AC Milan players received three yellow cards in this match, while their opponents received two yellow cards.
Both teams made five changes in the second half.
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