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Serie A: Bologna makes Milan tremble with nine men – football – international

Serie A: Bologna makes Milan tremble with nine men – football – international

Milan celebrated its 4-2 victory over its host Bologna with Marko Arnautovic on Saturday evening in the ninth round of the Italian Football Serie A in a wonderful and more than entertaining match.

Milanes took the lead in the 16th minute: Rafael Leao rushed away after Ibrahimovic’s pass and fired a skewed hammer to make it 1-0. Four minutes later, the next setback for Bologna: Adama Somoro drops Kronek, who was alone at the Bologna gate. Even after consulting the VAR, the decision on theft and red card remains in place.

Before the end of the first half, Milan took advantage of their numerical advantage and raised it to 2-0 (35) through Davide Calabria.

But Bologna does not give up and reaches the equalizer shortly after changing sides within a few minutes. Ironically, the star Ibrahimovic scored a corner kick in his own net (49). Three minutes later, Arnautovic sent teammate Roberto Soriano on his way, who in turn prepares Barrow for the second goal in a perfect way.

However, the hosts weaken themselves again: after a severe attack by Soriano on Ballo-Toure, the next Bologna player has to leave the field prematurely (58th place).

Bologna is ninth against him, even Arnautovic has a good chance of taking the lead. But the goal in the last stage was not entirely owed to the Milan player: Ismail Bennacer hits with a great direct shot before 16 (84). Ibrahimovic concludes with a superb flick in the far corner (90).

This puts Milan one point ahead of Napoli at the top of the table. And only Napolitans play in Rome on Sundays. Bologna is now nine.

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