Milan Sampdoria Arrested

Saturday, November 27, 2010

Milan Sampdoria Arrested

Genoa - AC Milan throw away the chance to widen the distance at the top of Serie A. Sampdoria come to the headquarters, the Rossoneri have to settle for 1-1 draw.

Wait on Sampdoria at the Stadio Luigi

Ferraris on Sunday (11/28/2010) pm dawn, Milan ahead thanks to goals from Robinho. However, Giampaolo Pazzini scored the victory was interrupted.

With this one number, Milan has now collected 30 points, four ahead of second-placed Lazio who inhabit. But Lazio could have pressed the distance because they still have one match in hand.

The game
Playing away, Milan was more controlled game. In the fourth minute, Kevin-Prince Boateng kicks off toward the goal Sampdoria, but the ball on the Stefano Guberti body and becomes a corner kick.

Minute 14, a free kick from Zlatan Ibrahimovic is a little outside the penalty box can still be ignored Sampdoria goalkeeper Gianluca Curci. Milan continued to press.

Milan finally dispelled the deadlock thanks to Robinho's goal two minutes ahead of the interval. Bait 1-2 Robinho by Robinho Ibrahimovic solved by the right-foot shot which lodged in the Sampdoria goal.

In the second half, the battle lasted more balanced. And Sampdoria managed to score a goal kick return through continued feedback Daniele Gastaldello head following a corner kick.

69 minutes, Vladimir Koman's cross from the left followed by a header by Nicola Pozzi. But Pozzi failed header goal to fruition because by goalkeeper Milan, Christian Abbiati.

Two chances of Milan who was born in minute 75 and 76 foiled Curci. The first is a bit of kick Robinho in the penalty box and kick from Clarence Seedorf in the box 16.

Until the remaining time runs out, no more goals scored by both teams and both must be satisfied with the score 1-1.

The composition of players
Sampdoria: Curci; Volta, Lucchini, Gastaldello, Ziegler; Mannini (Accardi 86), Tissone, Palombo, Guberti (Koman 65), Pazzini, Marilungo (Pozzi 67)

Milan: Abbiati; Bonera, Silva, Nesta, Abate; Gattuso, Ambrosini, Seedorf (Ronaldinho 90), Boateng (Flamini 90), Robinho, Ibrahimovic

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