Torino 2-1 AC Milan: Serie A 22/23 MD12 Highlights

AC Milan were unable to make it five league wins in a row as they fell to a disappointing 2-1 defeat away against Torino on Sunday night.

Two goals in two minutes

AC Milan’s title defence takes a 𝗯𝗶𝗴 𝗵𝗶𝘁 against Torino as the two goals came in only 2 minutes of Serie A 22/23 MD12.

Torino beat AC Milan
Torino beat AC Milan

Koffi Djidji headed first in the 35th minute, and Aleksei Miranchul fired past Ciprian Tatarusanu via a deflection in the 37th minute, at the Olympico de Torino. The two goals somehow ended the game early, despite Milan’s effort in getting it back for the rest of it.

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The first chance of the game fell to Rafael Leao as Brahim Diaz found the winger with a smart switch ball to the far side.

Unfortunately, the ball was never really brought under control and the eventual effort from inside the box was sliced wide.

Leao had another great chance and again it was Brahim Diaz who fed the Portugal international on the break, this time with a pass along the ground that seemed like it just needed stroking home with a sidefoot, but Leao scuffed it again.

It was Torino who took the lead ten minutes before the break and it was a set piece that was Milan’s undoing again. Kalulu was penalised for a foul near the touchline and the resulting free-kick was headed in by an unmarked Djidji via the far post.

Torino leading 2-0 at half time against AC Milan
Torino leading 2-0 at half time against AC Milan

Milan were gifted a route back into the game as Messias halved the deficit midway through the second half.

A long and hopeful ball towards the Brazilian looked like it would be easily dealt with but some miscommunication between Buongiorno and Milinkovic-Savic saw the keeper stranded in No Man’s Land giving Messias the task of curling into an empty net.

More than 20 minutes left, but the away team could not find another goal and accepted the close defeat.

The damages done to AC Milan

The defeat ended Milan’s winning streak at four games at Serie A, also saw Milan’s Europa-wide record come crashing to an end.

Serie A reigning champions lost an away game after 17 matches on the road without a single defeat (12W 5D). Rossoneri now saw the longest run in the Top five Europa League leagues ended.

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The result means that Milan were unable to keep pace with the other teams around them that won and Napoli now move six points clear, while Inter and Juventus gain ground.

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