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Serie A: thanks to Giroud, a small Milan takes back the lead of the championship

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It’s over in San Siro!

AC Milan won 1-0 against Torino at home.

Last chance for Torino (90 + 4th)

Following a free kick for Torino, the ball is deflected for a corner by Tatarusanu. The Torino players and their goalkeeper move into the Milan penalty area and were very close to equalizing. But AC Milan manages to break free.

Ciprian Tatarusanu wins in the air (90 + 2nd)

The Torino players try everything to equalize but the cross from the left is well captured by the Romanian goalkeeper AC Milan.

Four additional minutes (90 + 1e)

The fourth referee announces four additional minutes of play in this meeting.

The end of regulation time is approaching (89th)

The end of this meeting is approaching but everything is still possible for Torino.

Ibrahimovic enters in place of Olivier Giroud (87th)

The only scorer of the game this place to the Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic for the last minutes of the meeting.

Crossbar for the Torino! (85th)

Dennis Praet tries his luck but the ball hits the top of the crossbar. The Milanese claimed a foul before the strike of the Belgian player.

Theo Hernandez tries his luck on the opposing goal (82nd)

The French international takes his chance on the left side of the box but his shot goes over the goal of Torino.

Not enough movements on the side of AC Milan (79th)

As the last 10 minutes of the game approached, the Milan players lacked movement in front of the opposing surface. A cross from right to left from Saelemaekers is easily captured by Torino goalkeeper Milinkovic-Savic.

Great scoring opportunity for Antonio Sanabria! (75th)

Antonio Sanabria beats the Milanese back guard before striking from the left towards Ciprian Tatarusanu’s goal but the Romanian goalkeeper is vigilant to deflect the ball to his left. Equalization was very close.

Torino side change

Mergim Vojvoda enters in place of Wilfried Singo.

First interesting streak for AC Milan in the second period! (70th)

After a big job in the midfielder of Franck Kessié, the ball is dismissed on the left side by Saelemaekers in the direction of Theo Hernandez who wins his duel before crossing at the penalty point but Olivier Giroud takes the ball away from Ismael Bennacer, just behind him in the surface.

Corner for AC Milan who will not give anything (68th)

The AC Milan corner will not give anything. It is a six meters for the goalkeeper of Torino.

Change to Milan (65th)

Tiémoué Bakayoko and Ismael Bennacer enter in place of Sandro Tonali and Rade Krunic.

Corner for Toro (62nd)

New corner kick for Torino. Ricardo Rodriguez finds a teammate in the penalty area but the ball goes out of bounds. Six meters for AC Milan.

AC Milan suffocated by Torino players (59th)

The Torino undermines Stefano Pioli’s men but no real opportunity to equalize.

Tommaso Pobega is warned after a foul on Franck Kessié (56th)

The Italian gets a yellow card after a foul on the Ivorian international from AC Milan.

Torino side changes (54th)

Andrea Belotti gives way to Antonio Sanabria at the forefront of the Toro attack. Karol Linetty also gives way to Dennis Praet.

AC Milan, grouped together defensively (53rd)

The Milanese are in place defensively but almost conceded the equalizer through Andrea Belotti, who badly took back this ball which was given to him in depth.

Torino offensive from the start of the second half (51st)

Torino want to equalize quickly in the second half at all costs but their inaccuracies prevent them from being dangerous in the Milan penalty area.

Corner for Torino (48th)

Ricardo Rodriguez is about to take this set piece. At the penalty spot, Pobega takes the ball back but it goes off target. Six meters for AC Milan.

It’s off again for the second half!

Torino have just kicked off the second half.

Changes before the resumption of the second half

On the Milan side, Theo Hernandez and Simon Kjaer enter in place of Pierre Kalulu and Alessio Romagnoli. On the Torino side, Ricardo Rodriguez enters in place of Alessandro Buongiorno.

The players are in the halls of San Siro

The players take back the direction of the lawn to play the second half.

AC Milan players show realism

AC Milan leads the break thanks to the goal of French striker Olivier Giroud (14th). The opening of the scoring came following a corner whose ball was deflected by Krunic, before reaching the feet of the French player. With 2 shots on target in the first half, Stefano Pioli’s men show realism and coolness in front of the opposing goal. On the side of Torino, difficult to find spaces in the Milan defense despite 3 unframed attempts towards the cage of Ciprian Tatarusanu. Despite this score of 1 goal to 0, Torino has the advantage of possession.

It’s the break between AC Milan and Torino!

The match referee whistles the half-time of this match after the free kick taken by Sandro Tonali. Rade Krunic fell off the ball but his header slipped just to the left of Torino goalkeeper Milinkovic-Savic.

Half-time is approaching at San Siro (44th)

The Milan and Torino players have not created more chances for a few minutes as half-time approaches. But a free kick is to follow for Sandro Tonali.

A Torino player is on the ground (43rd)

Karol Linetty remains on the ground after a slight contact with Saelemaekers but can regain his place.

AC Milan sets foot on the ball (40th)

Stefano Pioli’s players put a little more impact in the duels and regain control of the ball thanks to Franckl Kessié and Sandro Tonali.

Leao strike, far from the frame (36th)

After the free kick from Torino, the Milanese go against. At the end, the Portuguese Rafael Leao releases a shot that flies off next to the frame.

Pierre Kalulu is warned (35th)

The French defender receives a warning after a foul on Singo. Free kick to follow for Brekalo. But he will not give anything.

Linetty, very active in the middle of the field (32nd)

The Polish has been very active since the start of the game in midfield. An interesting duel against the Ivorian Franck Kessié.

Possession to the advantage of Torino (30th)

After 30 minutes of play, Torino has control of the ball with 59%.

No opportunity for Milan since the opening of the scoring (29th)

The Milanese are content to defend for now, which allows Torino to believe in it to equalize.

The absence of Theo Hernandez is felt (26th)

Ball in the feet, AC Milan goalkeeper Ciprian Tatarusanu has no solution to leave with short passes. The absence of Theo Hernandez is felt on the left side of the Milan defense.

Singo’s double fault (24th)

The right side of Torino receives a yellow card after two successive faults on Kalulu and Leao.

Torino continues to seek solutions in the defense of Milan (21st)

Torino have mastered possession from the kick-off but cannot find the loophole in the Milan defense.

Fourth goal of the season for Giroud

With this goal, French striker Olivier Giroud scored his 4th goal in 6 games this season.

Realistic AC Milan (18th)

The Milan players were realistic about their first real chance of the meeting. Torino will try to react quickly to this opening scoring.


Following a cross from Saelemaekers, the ball was blocked but went for a corner. The corner kick is well hit at the penalty point, Rade Krunic deflects the ball with his head which reaches the feet of the French player, well placed at the far post. He just has to push it to the bottom of the net.

Alessio Romagnoli is warned (10th)

The captain of AC Milan has already been warned by the referee of the meeting, Gianluca Aureliano, after a foul on Andrea Belotti. Alessandro Buongiorno was also cautioned in the 5th minute of play.

Olivier Giroud remains on the ground (9th)

Following a balloon in the air, the French striker remains on the ground by falling but finally finds his place.

Torino controls the game (8th)

AC Milan leave control of the ball to Torino players who are pressing ahead of Tatarusanu’s goal.

Torino sets foot on the ball (5th)

Belotti’s teammates were offensive from the start of the game. The Milanese supporters give their voice in the stands.

AC Milan want to keep their invincibility

Unbeaten this season, AC Milan wants to continue this dynamic against Torino (12th).

It’s gone between AC Milan and Torino!

AC Milan has just kicked off this meeting on behalf of the 10th day of the Italian championship.

The players enter the San Siro lawn

Alessio Romagnoli and Andrea Belotti each take their team to this AC Milan lawn.

AC Milan, the only leader tonight?

If Stefano Pioli’s men win, they will take the lead in the championship pending the Naples meeting against Bologna on Thursday.

Torino, silent in their last 4 games at San Siro against AC Milan

Torino have not scored in Serie A against AC Milan at San Siro since August 21, 2016. The last scorer is Daniele Baselli (substitute tonight).

AC Milan players warm up

The Toro will try to forget the last meeting against AC Milan

The last time Torino faced AC Milan, on May 12, 2021, the score was final (0-7). Stefano Pioli’s men took advantage of their opponent’s defensive shortcomings to score seven times including a triple from Ante Rebic (absent tonight).

Torino: Andrea Belotti holder, Antonio Sanabria substitute

First tenure since August 28 for the Italian striker, who will be the captain of his team tonight. His teammate Antonio Sanabria will start the match on the bench for the first time this season.

AC Milan: Olivier Giroud holder, Franck Kessié back

Substitute against Bologna during the last meeting on the Bologna lawn, the French striker is aligned at the forefront of the attack by Stefano Pioli. Franck Kessié is back in the team after missing the last match because he was ill.

Good evening everyone!

Good evening everyone! Welcome to our site to follow the meeting between AC Milan and Torino on behalf of the 10th day of the championship. Kick-off at 8:45 p.m. from San Siro.


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