Milan – Bologna 2 -2 News This was before Saturday evening in the 22nd round of the Italian League
The game was stopped at 16 minutes, Mike Maignan's jersey number. A sign of solidarity after the racist chants received by the Rossoneri goalkeeper (who remained silent today during the minute of silence) during the Rossoneri's previous match in Udine. Shortly before the match, the Rossoneri's CEO, Giorgio Forlani, spoke in front of the cameras, saying that the events of the past week were “bad.” He asked fans to turn on their smartphone flashlights to transform the stadium into a sea of light against the darkness of prejudice.
Objectives and highlights
In the 90th minute + 2 Milan – Bologna 2-2! Penalty kick from Orsolini Mignan senses the corner but doesn't get there, and Orsolini makes no mistake from 11 metres.
'83' Milan – Bologna 2-1. Double Bay Loftus-Cheek. Florenzi calmly crosses from the back, Loftus-Cheek emerges into the area and flexes his hands to Skorupski.
In the 74th minute, another missed penalty kick Hernandez misses the Rossoneri's second penalty kick with a shot against the post to the right of the Bologna goalkeeper
Minute 45 Milan – Bologna 1-1! Loftus-Check Network. Calabria advances from the wing and shoots from the right, a winning shot from Loftus-Cheek.
In the 42nd minute, a penalty kick was saved! Giroud from 11 metres, low shot, Skorowski blocks the ball confidently.
Milan – Bologna 0-1 in the 29th minute. Zarkezi network. Off to Zirkzee, scrum in the Rossoneri area, Fabbian, Aebischer and Calafiori blocked, Zirzkee taunts Maignan with a tunnel from a tight angle.
More than just a cooling-off break, it's a break to keep your attention warm. Or, in the words of Martin Luther King Jr. who posted on Meazza's scoreboards, to highlight the darkness of prejudice. Cell phones and the full moon above the second orange ring don't do that metaphorically either. The minute is number 16, the same shirt number as Mike Maignan, a victim of racial discrimination in Udine in the previous round. A mandatory stoppage for a match that moves quickly on the tracks that connect Milan and Bologna and which line up all the necessary elements for a serious match. However, the red arrow approaches the blue first, not the black, in the 29th minute. It's Zirkzee's goal after a pinball move: the Dutchman dictates the throw to Biokema, offering the ball which Fabian sees Kjaer blocked twice, before the ball. It returns to him through Calafiore's sloppy play of the crucial tunnel in the minyan. The former Pioli, who played for Emilian from 2011 to 2014, finds himself facing off against Thiago Motta in the 100th place in Serie A who appoints De Silvestri in place of the suspended Bosch to take home the only point in the last three matches. In the lead-up, it was the dazzling lights that raised expectations, and after a minute of silence for Gigi Riva at the start, it was the play on the pitch that met expectations.
In the first 45 minutes there was room for 6 yellow cards, 2 sending offs and a penalty kick. Giroud's shot, taken with his left foot for Skorupski. The Rossoblu bench was so contested over context that Motta was shown a red card for the protests. The referee ruled that Ferguson's leg was high and that Kjaer's head, who tried to intercept the cross from the right side, was not low. With a penalty saved, excessive celebration on the bench led to Motta's assistant, Colinte, receiving a second red card. But there wasn't even time to digest, as Calabria dropped down the right flank and Loftus-Cheek volleyed in to make it 1-1. With the Rossoneri marking Camarda in the corner, the second half begins with Zirkzee controlling the area, but shooting high. In the 19th minute, Reynders fired a right-footed shot into the top corner, but just before the half-hour mark the game kicked off again: Leao earned a defensive clearance, took the ball and was awarded a penalty for a foul. Biochema. Theo kicked the ball, it bounced off the post and the Frenchman shot the ball into the net, but the goal was disallowed due to a double touch when play resumed. Milan had not missed two penalties in the same Championship match since 1955, yet, as in the first half, a missed penalty equaled a goal scored: Florenzi headed Loftus-Cheek's cross wide to make it 2-1 7' from time. Looks like it's done for Milan. But Orsolini eventually crosses the area as Terracciano blocks Christensen, who made his Rossoneri debut only moments ago. The VAR confirmed Orsolini's penalty kick to make it 2-2 in extra time. Zirkzee and Orsolini on penalties, just as in the Emilians' 2-2 draw against Inter. Motta's team, like the South team, brought it back in their own way at the time of the red card.
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