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Zero number!  Milan misses important points against Empoli

Zero number! Milan misses important points against Empoli

Zero for Milan in the 29th round of the Italian First Division. And despite the many chances, Stefano Pioli’s side never got more than 0-0 against Empoli.

As expected, Milan dominated the game from the start and missed a great opportunity to take the lead in the first quarter of the hour. Rebic has plenty of space, but he can’t get past Empoli goalkeeper Beresan (13).

As a result, the hosts retain control of the match, but the next opportunity is not available until the 40th minute. Tonali shoots the goal from distance and forces Beresan to make another good save (40th minute). With no more highlights, the match is scoreless at the break.

The second half of the game is more exciting. Rebic reappeared dangerously in the visitors’ penalty area in the 52nd minute, but this time his shot was saved by an Empoli defender.

About eight minutes later, the referee signaled an alleged handball by Ebuehi, but that decision was amended following VAR studies.

Jiro with the supposed winning goal

In the final quarter of the hour, Milan throws everything forward again. A shot from Lorenzi hits the bar (77). Shortly after that, Bobega rose to the highest level after Florenzi’s cross, and his header narrowly missed the target (85). Two minutes before the end, Berezan made a brilliant save past Diaz from a very short distance.

In stoppage time, the ball wriggles into the net. However, Giroud’s goal was pulled out due to a handball.

In the end, Milan failed to score a regular goal and had to settle for a draw. In the table, the Capitals are still in third place with 52 points, but miss the connection with Lazio.

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