Milan loses victory over the horn in Belgrade

The Red Star achieved the tie in the discount with Pavkov, who had scored at his own goal. Theo and Kanga scored the other goals, both from penalties.

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Milan achieved a positive draw at two in their visit to Red Star, although they return to Italy with a bitter taste for having wasted the victory in the last play of the match. Pioli had to think about Sunday's derby, fundamental in the fight for the scudetto, and made rotations, leaving Ibrahimovic out and starting with Mandžukic (in his debut as a starter), Castillejo, Krunic and Rebic. The Italians were better in a first half that was played at a fairly low pace.

Castillejo and Theo scored two goals, both canceled (for offside and a touch with the hand), but the Milanisti went into halftime with an advantage thanks to an own goal from Pankov after a cross from the same Spaniard. There was also bad news for the Rossoneri, who lost Bennacer (replaced by Tonali) due to muscle problems: it would be a significant loss for the Inter game.

Those of Stankovic (ex Inter, and on the bench you could see ...) created dangers before 45 '(with a shot from afar by Ivanic and one in the area of Milunovic), and at the start of the restart they achieved the tie thanks to Falcinelli, who hit Romagnoli's arm with a cross. It was a penalty and Kanga, from eleven meters, did not miss.

Milan responded with one of their best weapons, the arrival of Theo, who in 61 'forced another maximum penalty colliding with Pankov. The ex-Madridista was in charge of the launch and added his fifth goal this season, in which he also signed six assists. The Rossoneri seemed in control and, on 78 ', Rodic eased the final stretch by seeing his second yellow for a foul on Kalulu. In the discount, however, the Red Star turned to the attack pushed by the 1,000 fans who entered the 'Marakana'. And in the last play Pavkov, always him, achieved an unexpected draw anticipating Meite after a corner with a beautiful unstoppable header for Donnarumma. The 2-2 is a positive result with a view to the return for Milan, but at the final whistle only the Serbs celebrated. In San Siro the classification will remain open.



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