Serie A Week 15: Result AC MILAN 2 – 1 FIORENTINA, Sunday 13 November 2022 Anna Italia
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49% Ball Possession AC MILAN and 51% Ball Possession FIORENTINA
    AC Milan 2 – 1 Fiorentina
2′ Rafael Leão                                28′ Antonín Barak
92′ Nikola Milenkovic (og)
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Serie A Standing BEFORE the game:
AC Milan, 3rd position with 30 points and a positive goal difference of +13
Fiorentina, 10th position with 19 points and a negative goal difference of -1

AC Milan ended the 2022 year with a thriller victory. AC Milan win the Serie A Week 15 against Fiorentina on Sunday 13 November 2022 at the San Siro Stadium in Milan, Italy.  Milan win three precious points reaching 33 points so as not to lose further ground from Napoli with 41 points in the 1st position. Milan’s success comes in the 92nd minute thanks to an own goal by Milenkovic and an out-of-time exit from goalkeeper Terracciano. Fiorentina leaves San Siro with a bitter taste after an excellent performance and some uncapitalized goal chances in the second half. Fiorentina interrupts the streak of three consecutive victories and remains at 19.

In the next round, Milan will face Salernitana away while Fiorentina will play at home against Monza.

AC Milan opened the score with a fast goal in the 2nd minute. Forward Rafael Leão defeated Fiorentina goalkeeper Pietro Terracciano with a right-footed shot to the bottom right corner. The assist is by forward Olivier Giroud.

The celebration…

Fiorentina equalized for the 1-1 in the 28th minute. Antonín Barak defeated AC Milan goalkeeper Tătăruşanu with a left-footed shot to the center. The assist is by Jonathan Ikoné.

Tough luck! Fiorentina gave the lead to Milan after the own goal by Nikola Milenkovic in the 92nd minute.

✅   Stats before the game. Milan won 1-0 in their last Serie A match against Fiorentina and could keep a clean sheet for two consecutive games against Viola in the competition for the first time since 2016 (2-0 under Mihajlovic and 0-0 with Montella ). Fiorentina have lost only one of the last 11 Serie A matches played against Milan in the first round (0-2 in 2020) – six wins complete the set for Viola (including last season’s 4-3, again at November) and four draws. Milan and Fiorentina have drawn only one of the last 14 Serie A matches at the Meazza (1-1 signed by de Jong and Ilicic in October 2014) – eight Rossoneri and five Viola wins complete the set. Fiorentina are unbeaten in three Serie A away games and could reach four in a row for the first time in the Vincenzo Italiano management – after the 2-0 over Sampdoria, Viola could keep a clean sheet in two consecutive away games for the first time from May 2021 in the league.

👉 Lineup AC MILAN (4-2-3-1): Tătăruşanu; Kalulu, Thiaw, Tomori, Hernández; Bennacer, Tonali; Díaz, Krunić, Leão; Giroud.

👉 Lineup FIORENTINA (4-2-3-1): Terracciano; Dodô, Milenković, Igor, Biraghi; Amrabat, Mandragora; Ikoné, Bonaventura, Saponara; Cabral.

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🇮🇹   Referee Simone Sozza from the section of Seregno will be assisted by Luca Mondin from the section of Treviso and Davide Moro from the section of Schio. The Fourth Official will be Marco Di Bello from the section of Brindisi. The VAR will be Michael Fabbri from the section of Ravenna. The AVAR will be Salvatore Longo from the section of Paola.
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Serie A tickets2022 – 2023 Italian Serie A Week 15

AC Milan 1 – 1 Fiorentina
Sunday 13 November 2022
San Siro Stadium
Milan, Italy


Referee: SOZZA
Assistants: MONDIN – MORO
Fourth Official: DI BELLO

⚽️ Goals: 2′ Rafael Leão (M), 28′ Antonín Barak (F)

🟨 Yellows: 21′ Brahim Díaz (M), 49′ Antonín Barak (F), 50′ Riccardo Saponara (F), 63′ Rolando Mandragora (F), 74′ Luka Jovic (F)

Official lineups – formations – tabellino:

👉 Lineup AC MILAN (4-2-3-1):  Tătăruşanu; Kalulu, Thiaw (56′ Dest), Tomori, Hernández; Bennacer, Tonali (85′ Rebić); Díaz (55′ Origi), Krunić (75′ Vranckx), Leão; Giroud.

Subs: Jungdal, Mirante; Ballo-Touré, Kjær; Adli, Bakayoko, Pobega; De Ketelaere.

Coach:  Stefano Pioli.

👉 Lineup FIORENTINA (4-2-3-1): Terracciano; Dodô (18′ Venuti), Milenković, Igor, Biraghi; Amrabat, Mandragora (66′ Duncan); Ikoné, Barák (75′ Terzić), Saponara (75′ Kouamé); Cabral (66′ Jović).

Subs: Cerofolini, Gollini; Martínez Quarta, Ranieri; Bianco, Bonaventura, Maleh. Coach: Italiano.

Coach: Vincenzo Italiano.