Milan – Lazio 2: 1 | Ibrahimovic attaches winner
Only four minutes were played, the home fans in the Olimpico – and the followers of Inter Milan at the terminals also cheered. A determined preliminary work of Milinkovic-Savic about the right side refined immobile in Torjägermanier into the long corner (4.) – also a goal for the competition of Rossoneri in the title race.
The cold shower in the continuous rain of Rome, Milan core astonishingly good. Immediately after the residue, the guests took the game in the hand, especially Rafael Leao made over the left side again and again operation. However, Lazio defended passionately and threw itself – partly with eight players in his own penalty area – again and again in the Milan degrees, so it became really dangerous in the first round only twice: Giroud headed a crossed by Junior Messia’s just over (17.), Strakosha was at a theo-free kick on the post (44.).
Giroud cracks the Lazio bar
Only shortly after the side of the pages, the Rossoneri finally cracked the defensive bar of the home owners – of course thanks to Rafael Leao, who enforced appearance except left and giroud served (50th). On the game, these hits changed little, Milan continued to stop and had opportunities through Junior Messiah (62nd) and Theo (67.), but bite the teeth on the densely staggered Lazio defense.
The substitution of Ibrahimovic (68th) then initially ran into the emptiness and Lazio caused discharge in the meantime. But it was just a kind of airteen of the guests who spent once again in the final phase: Strakosha parished against Rafael Leao (84th) and also substituted Rebic (85th), an Ibrahimovic shot was shortened over the Lazio housing (89.) And Theos Fulminant Distance Shot Rash just at the angle (90.).
Ibrahimovic prepares: Milan’s final offensive is rewarded
But the stubborn final offensive was still rewarded: After a conquest and cross from Rebic, the agreement was missing between Strakosha and Acerbi, which produced a candle on the fiffer. Ibrahimovic won the important headball duel and put on for Tonali, who marked the late victory goal for short distance (90. + 2).
Thus, Milan leads leaders – two points in front of Inter, which can move past the catch-up game in Bologna on Wednesday.