Result AC MILAN 2 – 0 UDINESE, Goal by Menez, Sunday 30 November 2014, Serie A Week 13

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% Ball Possession AC MILAN and % Ball Possession UDINESE
AC MilanAC Milan 2 – 0 Udinese Udinese

65′ Jeremy Menez (pen)
75′ Jeremy Menez

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Serie A Standing AFTER the game:
AC Milan, 5th position with 21 points and a positive goal difference of +6
Udinese, 9th position with 18 points and a negative  goal difference of -2

Pos Team P W D L Goals DIFF Points
5 Milan 13 5 6 2 23:17 6 21
9 Udinese 13 5 3 5 15:17 -2 18

 

 

Mission accomplished for AC Milan grabbing a victory in almost 2 months.    It’s  a matchday for AC Milan forward Jeremy Menez scoring both goals to give  the fans the joy to celebrate this win in San Siro against Udinese.  Last time Milan had a win was back in October when defeating Chievo Verona with a 2-0.  Milan went from the 7th to the 5th position while Udinese went down from the 8th to the 9th position.

First half ending with a goalless draw.    It’s a controversy again with a contested phantom goal.  The headed goal in the 17th minute by AC Milan defender Adil Rami.  However, Referee Valeri ruled out the goal considering that the ball did not go through while replay showing it did pass the line.  The assist was by midfielder Giacomo Bonaventura.

Referee Valeri giving a penalty to AC Milan in the 62nd minute conceded by Udinese defender Maurizio Domizzi after a foul on AC Milan forward Keisuke Honda bringing him down.  Udinese players protesting, but Valeri keeping his position.  On top of that, Valeri gives a red card to Domizzi and a yellow card to defender Danilo leaving Udinese with 10 players.   Taking the penalty spot is AC Milan forward Jeremy Menez while taking his time and finally converting the penalty with  aright footed shot  defeating Udinese goalkeeper Orestis Karnezis  in the bottom right corner.   Karnezis went to the other side.  It’s the 6th goal this season for Menez.

 

Udinese defender Maurizio Domizzi challenging AC Mialn forward Keisuke Honda

Referee Valeri giving a second yellow card to AC Milan midfielder Michael Essien making it an automatic red card in the 71st minute after a foul on Udinese midfielder Allan Loureiro.

It is AC Milan to increase the score in the 75th minute with Jeremy Menez with a super goal.  Menez making his way by passing Udinese defender Danilo, then, Menez accommodating to score his 7th goal this season with a right footed shot in the bottom left corner.

 

 

 

AC Milan coach Filippo Inzaghi giving a chance to  forward Giampaolo Pazzini  in the 80th minute replacing forward Jeremy Menez.    Fans applauding Menez on his way to the bench.

 

 

It’s the time for the awaited comeback…  AC Milan Captain  Riccardo Montolivo  back to the team in the 89th minute replacing midfielder Marco Vin Ginkel.  Here  defender Adil Rami happy to see Montolivo back in action.

Montolivo thanking the fans for their support.

 

 

There are 39 precedents for AC Milan vs Udinese with stats in favor of AC Milan having 22 wins, Udinese 4 wins, and 13 draws.  For the records, the first AC Milan vs Udinese played in 1950 ending with a 6-2.  Udinese have not won in Siro since 2007….

Here is AC MILAN official starting lineup by coach Filippo Inzaghi:

AC Milan (4-3-3): Diego Lopez; Rami, Bonera, Mexes, Armero; Van Ginkel, Essien, Bonaventura; Honda, Menez, El Shaarawy.

Here is UDINESE official starting lineup by coach Andrea Stramaccioni:

Udinese (4-3-2-1): Karnezis; Piris, Heurtaux, Danilo, Domizzi; Badu, Allan, Guilherme; Thereau, Kone; Di Natale.

 

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Stats AFTER the game. Top scorer for AC MILAN: Forward Keisuke Honda with 6 goals

Top scorer for UDINESE: Forward Antonio Di Natale with 7 goals

AC Milan Goals Goals Udinese
Honda, Keisuke 6 7 Di Natale, Antonio
Menez, Jeremy 7 4 Thereau, Cyril
Muntari, Sulley 2 1 Danilo
Bonaventura, Giacomo 2 1 Heurtaux, Thomas
de Jong, Nigel 2 1 Fernandes, Bruno

 

Here are the last 3 games of AC MILAN: 1 win, 2 draws

23/11/14 SA Milan Inter 1:1 Round12
08/11/14 SA Sampdoria Milan 2:2 Round 11
05/11/14 BT Milan San Lorenzo 2:0 Friendly

 

Here are the last 3 games of UDINESE: 2 draws, 1 lost

23/11/14 SA Udinese Chievo 1:1 Roun 12
15/11/14 CFG цз Udinese 1:0 F
09/11/14 SA Palermo Udinese 1:1 Round 11

 

Disciplinary Situation before the game. No suspended players

 

Photos of the game AC Milan vs Udinese courtesy of acmilan.com

 

Udinese forwared Antonio Di Natale observing the action  between AC Milan defender Phillipe Mexes and Udinese  forward Cyril Thereau

 

AC Milan midfielder Marco Van Ginkel

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Udinese defender Ivan Pirir clearing the danger for AC Milan forward Jeremy Menez attempting a headed shot

 

AC Milan coach Filippo Inzaghi encouraging his players to move forward  to grab the victory….

 

 

 

 

AC Milan forward Jeremy Menez is replaced in the 80th minute with forward Giampaolo Pazzini

 

 

Click the video to watch the highlights of the game AC MILAN vs UDINESE, Sunday 30 November 2014 in San Siro, Milan, Italy

 

Serie A tickets2014 – 2015 Italian Serie A Week 13

AC Milan 2 – 0 Udinese
Sunday 30 November 2014
San Siro Stadium
Milan , Italy

15:00

Referee: VALERI
Assistants: MARRAZZO – SCHENONE
Fourth Official: PAGANESSI
ADD1: MASSA
ADD2: PAIRETTO

Goals: 65′ Jeremy Menez (pen), 75′ Jeremy Menez

Official formations – lineups:

AC Milan (4-3-3): Diego Lopez; Rami, Bonera, Mexes, Armero; Van Ginkel, Essien, Bonaventura; Honda, Menez, El Shaarawy.

Subs: Abbiati, Agazzi, Albertazzi, Zapata, Zaccardo, Montolivo, Poli, Saponara, Torres, Niang, Pazzini.

Coach.: Filippo Inzaghi

Udinese (4-3-2-1): Karnezis; Piris, Heurtaux, Danilo, Domizzi; Badu, Allan, Guilherme; Thereau, Kone; Di Natale.

Subs Brkic, Scuffet, Pasquale, Bubnjic, Belmonte, Wague, Widmer, Pinzi, Hallberg, Bruno Fernandes, Lucas Evangelista, Zapata, Geijo.

Coach.: Andrea Stramaccioni

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