Coppa Italia: Milan struggles to quarter-finals – Piatek scores for Florence


In the last 16 of the Coppa Italia against the troubled Genoa FC, AC Milan only fulfilled their favorite role with a lot of effort and thanks to a late dream goal. Without his suspended superstar Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Milan won 3:1 (1:1, 0:1) after extra time in the Giuseppe Meazza Stadium on Thursday evening and is therefore in the round of the best eight of the Italian football cup.

Goal scorer Olivier Giroud (74th) and the two jokers Rafael Leao scored with a surprising tap from the left edge of the penalty area (102nd) and Alexis Saelemaekers (113th) for the five-time cup winner, Leo Östigard had the outsider trained by the former Milan striker from world-class Andrei Shevchenko took the lead early on (17th). b.

A five-time cup winner, 20-year-old Daniel Maldini, like his father Paolo, made his debut in the starting lineup 37 years ago with a Coppa game against Genoa.

In a wild game involving a total of three relays, Fiorentina had previously won 5:2 (2:2, 1:1) after extra time against last year’s semi-finalists SSC Napoli. Napoli equalized in the minority in the fifth minute of injury time. In extra time, the brand new Hertha BSC player Krzystof Piatek made the preliminary decision about his debut with the fourth goal from Fiorentina (108.)

In the quarter-finals on February 9, Milan will face the winner of the match between Lazio Rome and Udinese Calcio, to be played next Tuesday (5:30 PM / DAZN).

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