Ac Milan has been on the losing end for some weeks now and it was almost attributed to Zlatan not featuring for the side but that has not been the case. Atalanta in the Italian Serie A took the league leaders to a school where the teacher was unable to answer any of the questions asked by the pupil.
After their 3-0 defeat at home to Atalanta, AC Milan went to regroup and come back stronger but they are rather slugging in their other games.
Their Coppa Italia fixture against Internationale Milan was always going to be a cracker as their chase fiercely behind AC Milan on the Serie A log, with Lukaku on a goal scoring spree, it was always going to be a cracker.
The football ‘demigod’ picked up his strides and netted the first for AC Milan in the 31’. His presence on the field was obviously a determining factor as he marked two to three players out of the Inter Milan lineup to allow his teammates the room to operate.
On the brink of half time, Zlatan and Lukaku could not maintain their composure as both players got into the books of Paolo Valeri.
AC Milan went to the break with a goal in hand after just a shot on target. The second half showed more promise as Inter Milan started to threaten the goal of AC Milam.
On the 58’ of the game, everything chanced as Zlatan Ibrahimovich picked his second booking of the night. After the prolific figure was sent off, Inter Milan started to pile pressure on the visitor which actually paid off after a spot kick was awarded Inter Milan in the 71’.
Romelu Lukaku converted it to draw parity for his side as Christian Erikson added a shocker in the 90’ to add to the agony of AC Milan.