Serie A Week 26: Result AC MILAN 1 – 1 ATALANTA, Sunday 25 February 2024


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72% Ball Possession AC MILAN and 28% Ball Possession ATALANTA

       AC Milan 1 – 1 Atalanta   

3′ Rafael Leão                                    42′ Teun Koopmeiners (pen)
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Serie A Standing BEFORE the game
AC Milan, 3rd position with 52 points and a positive goal difference of +18
Atalanta, 5th position with 45 points and a positive goal difference of +24

AC Milan slowing down and continue to make mistakes. AC Milan and Atalanta ended the Serie A Week 26 game with a draw on Sunday 25 February 2024 at the San Siro Stadium in Milan, Italy. Milan did not break through Atalanta’s wall. Calabria, Pulisic and Giroud missed the winning shot, Rafael Leao’s goal at the start but was not enough. Atalanta snatched a golden point despite a lackluster performance, thanks to Koopmeiners’ penalty at the end of the first half. Simply put, Milan reached 53 points and although they keep the 3rd position, they let go 2 precious points.   Juventus with 57 points are +4 points above Milan with 53 points.

The Rossoneri are sending the message that they are still on for the Scudetto race. Milan opened the score in the 3rd minute. Forward Rafael Leão defeated Atalanta goalkeeper with a right-footed shot to the top right corner. The assist is by Théo Hernández. Though, it ran out of gas after the goal?

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Atalanta equalized in the 42nd minute. Teun Koopmeiners defeated AC Milan goalkeeper Mike Maignan by converting a penalty with a left-footed shot to the center. The penalty was conceded by Olivier Giroud after a foul on Emil Holm in the penalty area.

✅  Stats before the game: Atalanta have won three of the last nine matches against Milan in Serie A (2N, 4P), including the first leg (3-2); During Stefano Pioli’s management, only Inter (four) beat the Rossoneri more times than Dea in the competition. Milan lost the first leg against Atalanta (3-2) and have not lost both seasonal matches against the Dea in Serie A since 2007/08, when Carlo Ancelotti and Luigi Delneri were on the two benches respectively. Milan have won their last two home games against Atalanta in Serie A, without conceding a goal, and only once have they achieved three successes at home in a row against the Bergamo team with clean sheets under the guidance of the same coach, managing to do so between 1992 and 1995 with Fabio Capello. Despite the defeat in the last round, Milan gained at least 52 points after 25 matches played for the third time in the last four seasons: as many times as in the Rossoneri’s previous 16 participations in the tournament after as many matches played. Since the start of matchday 20, no team has won more points (15), scored the same number of goals (17) and conceded fewer goals (two) than Atalanta in Serie A; in particular, in these last five matches, the Dea has scored as many goals as those scored in the 11 previous matches in the championship.

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AC Milan 1 – 1 Atalanta
Sunday 25 February 2024
San Siro Stadium
Milan, Italy

20:45

Referee: ORSATO
Assistants: COSTANZO – PASSERI
Fourth Official: GIUA
VAR: IRRATI
AVAR: PICCININI

⚽️ Goals: 3′ Rafael Leão (M), 42′ Teun Koopmeiners(pen)(A)

🟨 Booked:  44′ Marten de Roon (A), 45+3′ Emil Holm (A), 45+3′ Rafael Leão (A), 56′ Ademola Lookman (A), 94′ Éderson (A)

Official Lineups – Formations – Tabellino:

👉 Lineup AC MILAN (4-2-3-1): Maignan; Florenzi (57′ Calabria), Gabbia, Thiaw, Hernández; Bennacer (79′ Musah), Adli; Pulisic (88′ Okafor), Loftus-Cheek, Leão; Giroud.

Subs: Mirante, Sportiello; Jiménez, Kalulu, Kjær, Terracciano; Reijnders; Chukwueze.

Coach: Pioli.

👉 Lineup ATALANTA (3-4-1-2): Carnesecchi; Scalvini (89′ Tolói), Djimsiti, Kolašinac; Holm (46′ Zappacosta), de Roon, Éderson, Ruggeri (79′ Hien); Koopmeiners; Mirančuk (63′ Scamacca), De Ketelaere (46′ Lookman).

Subs: Musso, Rossi; Bakker, Hateboer, Palomino; Adopo, Pašalić; Touré. Coach: Gasperini.

 Coach: Gian Piero Gasperini.

Serie A Week 26: Result LECCE 0 – 4 INTER, Sunday 25 February 2024


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30% Ball Possession LECCE and 70% Ball Possession INTER
  Lecce 0 – 4  Inter      
.                                              15′ Lautaro Martínez
.                                              54′ Davide Frattesi
.                                              56′ Lautaro Martínez
.                                              67′ Stefan de Vrij

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Serie A Standing BEFORE the game:
Inter, 1st position with 63 points and a positive goal difference of +47
Lecce, 14th position with 24 points and a negative goal difference of -15

Lecce crumbled!   Inter grabbed this away victory in the Serie A Week 26 on Sunday 25 February 2024 at the Via del Mare Stadium in Lecce, Italy.   Inter are the only team showing consistency this season in all fields.  Inter are in the 1st position and with a game to recover. Lecce are down to the 14th position. Inter reached 66 points and are +9 points over Juventus in the 2nd position. Lecce, after a first half with a good pace, collapses in the second half and remains at 24 points, +4 from the relegation zone.
It ends with a clear victory for Inter 4-0. The Nerazzurri took the lead after a quarter of an hour with Lautaro Martinez, in the second half, in two minutes, Frattesi and the Argentine again closed the game. The fourth goal was scored by De Vrij who rounded off the result with a header shot. And Lecce? Ooops… it seems they forgot to react.

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Inter started the party in the 15th minute with a special goal. It is Argentinean forward Lautaro Martínez scored his 100th goal in Serie A. Lautaro defeated Lecce goalkeeper Wladimiro Falcone with a right-footed shot to the bottom left corner. The assist is by Kristjan Asllani.

Inter returned in the second half with hunger to win. In the 54th minute, Davide Frattesi scored from very close range with a left footed shot to the top right corner. The assist is by Alexis Sánchez.

It’s all about the Nerazzurri! Inter with anothger goal in the 56th minute. Guess scored??? Yep, the one and only leading force Lautaro Martínez with a left-footed shot to the center. The assistis by Davide Frattesi.

The final slap for Lecce! In the 67th minute, Stefan de Vrij scored from very close range with a headed shot to the top left corner. The assist is by Federico Dimarco with a cross following a corner conceded by Federico Baschirotto. Lecce unable to react but just crumbling.


Stats before the game: Lecce have recorded only one victory in the last 15 matches against Inter in Serie A (3D, 11P), remaining eight times without a goal in the set, including the last two matches, both of which ended 2-0 for the Nerazzurri. Lecce remained unbeaten in three of the last four home games against Inter in Serie A (1W, 2D), even if the defeat came in the last match at Via del Mare, losing 2-1 on the first matchday of last year championship. Inter have won their last two matches in Serie A by scoring four goals, the Nerazzurri have not scored at least four goals in three consecutive matches in the league since January 1972 while they have not done so by matching the victory since the period between September and October 1947 (in that successes against Alessandria, Sampdoria and Juventus). Inter boasts 63 points in the standings, with only 12 goals conceded and 15 clean sheets: after 24 matches played in a Serie A season, only in 2006/07 did they collect more points (66), while the only better year was in terms of goals scored and clean sheets it was 1988/89 (11 and 16 respectively).
Inter have found the net 19 away games in a row in Serie A (as had already happened between February and December 2021) and in their history they have never scored 20 consecutive away games in the competition.

👉 Lineup LECCE (4-3-3): Falcone – Gendrey, Baschirotto, Touba, Gallo – Ramadani, Blin, Rafia – Almqvist, Piccoli, Sansone.

👉 Lineup INTER (3-5-2): Audero – Bisseck, De Vrij, Carlos Augusto – Dumfries, Frattesi, Asllani, Mkhitaryan, Dimarco – Lautaro Martinez, Sanchez.

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Lecce 0 – 3 Inter
Sunday 25 February 2024
Via Del Mare Stadium
Lecce, Italy

18:00

Referee: DOVERI
Assistants: ROSSI M. – DI GIOIA
Fourth Official: BARONI
VAR: VALERI
AVAR: MARIANI

⚽️ Goals: 15′, 56′ Lautaro Martínez (I), 54′ Davide Frattesi (I)

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👉 Lineup LECCE (4-3-3): 30 Falcone; 17 Gendrey, 6 Baschirotto, 59 Touba (16 Gonzalez 57′), 25 Gallo; 29 Blin, 20 Ramadani (18 Berisha 79′), 8 Rafia (77 Kaba 57′); 7 Almqvist (10 Oudin 77′), 91 Piccoli, 11 Sansone (22 Banda 57′).

Substitutes: 40 Samooja, 98 Borbei, 9 Krstovic, 12 Venuti, 23 Esposito, 45 Burnete, 50 Pierotti.

 Coach: Roberto D’Aversa.

👉 Lineup INTER (3-5-2): 77 Audero; 31 Bisseck, 6 De Vrij, 30 Carlos Augusto; 2 Dumfries (17 Buchanan 76′), 16 Frattesi (41 Akinsanmiro 76′), 21 Asllani (23 Barella 55′), 22 Mkhitaryan (14 Klaassen 65′), 32 Dimarco; 9 Lautaro (8 Arnautovic 65′), 70 Sanchez.

Substitutes: 12 Di Gennaro, 40 Calligaris, 20 Calhanoglu, 28 Pavard, 36 Darmian, 49 Sarr, 95 Bastoni.

Coach: Simone Inzaghi

Serie A Week 26: Result CAGLIARI 1 – 1 NAPOLI, Sunday 25 February 2024

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Cagliari 1 – 1 Napoli
95′ Zito Luvumbo                       65′ Victor Osimhem
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Serie A Standing BEFORE the game:
Napoli, 9th position with 36 points and a positive goal difference of +5
Cagliari, 19th position with 19 points and a negative goal difference of -23

Napoli under pressure to improve their performance. Cagliari and Napoli ended the Serie A Week 26 game with a draw on Sunday 25 February 2024 at the Unipol Domus in Cagliari, Italy. This is the second draw in a row for Cagliari, who now join Hellas Verona and Sassuolo on 20 points. However, the bad period continues for Napoli, which remains in ninth position with only 37 points. Napoli with the last home draw 1-1 with Genoa which cost Walter Mazzarri the bench. This week, the Neapolitans faced Barcelona for the first leg of the Champions League round of 16: Calzona’s debut on the bench saw his team draw 1-1 against the Blaugrana. Cagliari believed in it until the end and found the equalizer with the last ball of the match. A mockery therefore for Napoli and for Calzona, making his championship debut today. A ray of hope?

The goals both arrived in the second half: in the 65th minute Raspadori recovered the ball high on the right, then crossed towards the far post where Osimhen had left his mark well and only had to head it into the net.

Napoli got the opening score in the 65th minute. Nigerian forward Victor Osimhen defeated Cagliari goalkeeper Simone Scuffet from very close range with a headed shot to the bottom left corner. The assist is by Giacomo Raspadori.

Cagliari crushed Napoli’s hope to get this victoy by equalizing in the 85th minute. It is Zito Luvumbo to defeat Napoli goalkeeper Alex Meret with a right footed shot to the top right corner. The assist is by Alberto Dossena.

Stats before the game: Cagliari have won only one of their last 25 matches against Napoli in Serie A (7D, 17L); furthermore, in none of the last 14 matches have the Sardinians scored more than one goal against the Neapolitans, scoring seven goals, none of which during the first half. Napoli have won six of the last seven away matches against Cagliari in Serie A (1N), scoring on average 2.9 goals per game in the set, although the only draw in the period came in the most recent match: 1-1 on 21 February 2022, on the 26th day of the championship. After a home run of four wins and two draws in Serie A, Cagliari have lost their last two home games and the last time they suffered three home defeats in a row in the same top flight dates back to March-April 2022, under the guide of Walter Mazzarri. Napoli have never repeated the same result twice in a row in the last 10 games played in Serie A (3W, 3D, 4L); furthermore, the Neapolitans have not scored in five away games in a row (1D, 4P) and in a single top-flight championship they have not done worse since April 1973 – a series that even reached 14, with Giuseppe Chiappella as coach. Napoli have 29 points less than the same point in the last championship: no reigning champion team had ever had such a negative difference after 24 games played compared to the previous season in the history of the single-group Serie A – the record belonged to Milan 1957 /58 (-26 points, counting 3 points per victory all along).

👉 Lineup CAGLIARI (4-3-1-2): Scuffet; Nandez, Mina, Dossena, Augello; Jankto, Makoumbou, Deiola; Gaetano; Luvumbo, Lapadula

👉 Lineup NAPOLI (4-3-3): Meret; Mazzocchi, Rrahmani, Juan Jesus, Olivera; Anguissa, Lobotka, Zielinski; Raspadori, Osimhen, Kvaratskhelia

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Cagliari 1 – 1 Napoli
Sunday 25 February 2024
Unipol Domus
Cagliari, Italy

15:00

Referee: PAIRETTO
Assistants: ROSSI L. – MASTRODONATO
Fourth Official: GUALTIERI
VAR: MARINI
AVAR: DI PAOLO

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👉 Lineup CAGLIARI (4-3-1-2): Scuffet; Nandez, Mina, Dossena, Augello; Jankto, Makoumbou, Deiola; Gaetano; Luvumbo, Lapadula

Subs: Radunovic, Aresti, Viola, Prati, Oristanio, Wieteska, Zappa, Pavoletti, Petagna, Obert, Azzi, Di Pardo

Coach: Claudio Ranieri

👉 Lineup NAPOLI (4-3-3): Meret; Mazzocchi, Rrahmani, Juan Jesus, Olivera; Anguissa, Lobotka, Zielinski; Raspadori, Osimhen, Kvaratskhelia

Subs: Gollini, Contini, Ostigard, Natan, Mario Rui, Traorè, Cajuste, Dendoncker, Lindstrom, Politano, Simeone

Coach: Calzona