MILAN – On Tuesday, Milan begin their 66th Italian Cup adventure when they take on Sassuolo at the San Siro. A reminder that the last-16 TIM Cup tie kicks-off at 21.00.The rossoneri have won the competition a total of 5 times: 1966/67, 1971/72, 1972/73, 1976/77 and 2002/03 and Milan have played a total of 351 Italian Cup matches across their history: 180 wins, 94 draws and 77 defeats, 590 goals scored and 349 conceded.Ahead of the match here are some other stats and facts to whet the appetite.Giampaolo Pazzini: the Italian striker has an excellent scoring record in the cup having netted 20 times from 30 games. It means Pazzini averages a goal every 109 minutes. With the Milan jersey meanwhile, Pazzini has totaled 2 goals from 3 cup appearances.Sassuolo: the neroverdi have reached the last-16 stage of the competition for the first time in their history. Eusebio Di Francesco’s side arrived at this stage of the competition after defeating Cittadella (4-1) and Pescara (1-0): both matches were played at home. This season marks Sassuolo’s 8th Italian Cup campaignEusebio Di Francesco: the Sassuolo coach will be overseeing his 200th match as a coach on Tuesday when he leads his team out at the San Siro and 100th with Sassuolo.  Across his entire coaching career, his record so far reads 64 matches in Serie A, 84 in Serie B, 35 in Lega Pro, 8 in the Italian Cup, 4 in the Lega Pro Cup and 4 in other tournaments for a total of 76 wins, 51 draws and 72 defeats. Prior to being appointed Sassuolo coach, Di Francesco enjoyed spells at Lanciano, Lecce and Pescara. With Sassuolo meanwhile he has overseen 51 matches in Serie A, 42 in Serie B and 6 in the Italian Cup for a total of 43 wins, 26 draws and 30 defeats. His first match in charge of Sassuolo curiously came in the Italian Cup and ended with a 1-0 victory over Avellino on the 12th of August 2012.Source: Football Data.