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  • AC Milan 4-0 Siena: Ronadinho super hat-trick

    AC Milan continue to put pressure on Inter Milan at the top of the league. Host Siena at the San Siro on Sunday (17/1/2010) , 4-0 win Rossoneri hat-trick by Ronaldinho.

    Milan got a big advantage as host Siena following the red card earned against the goalkeeper when the game went 10 minutes. The condition was maximized by Leonardo students by creating four goals including a three goals scored Ronaldinho and another one from Marco Borriello.

    This is the third victory in succession Milan made their record at the beginning of 2010 was held at 100% rate. With now 40 numbers collected, Andrea Pirlo et six points adrift of Inter in top spot, which at yesterday's action is balanced Bari 2-2.

    Because still have one game remaining, Milan drew even with the Nerazzurri up to three points only.

    Create Siena, this is a defeat to them in all 14 this season. Points could not make the club more and fell in the bottom of the standings with a total of 12 points collected.

    Match path

    In front of his own supporters, Milan, who still has not strengthened Alexandre Pato, live action with confidence. In three minutes they almost opened the superiority through Ronaldinho, who strikes after receiving feedback from Ignazio Abate.

    Milan can be a big blessing in the 10th minute following violations committed against the goalkeeper Gianluca Curci Marco Borriello. In addition to the referee pointed to the white point, also posted a red card for keeper of the court 24-year-old Italian was.

    Sacrificing Mato Jajalo, coach Silvio Baldini include backup goalkeeper Gianluca Pegolo. Directly confronted with a penalty, execution Pegolo misread taken Ronaldinho. Milan winning 1-0.

    The number of players have the advantage, Rossoneri full control of the game. In the 17 minutes crossing to meet Borriello header, Abate still far away.

    Although much reduced, Siena still able to cast the threat in front of goalkeeper Dida. After the first acceleration is very good with Thiago Silva intercepted, the second attempt Massimo Maccarone who danced in the Milan defense ended with a flying kick on the ruler.

    But two minutes after the incident, Milan finally able to really harness the power of the number of players. On the left side of the field, Andrea Pirlo jelly see Borriello who ran diagonally off the feedback for the striker lever. Get soft food, though in a narrow angle, Borriello volley off the goal tore the visitors. Beautiful goal in the 28th minute to change the position 2-0.

    Almost nothing had changed in the second half action with Milan continued to dominate his opponent. Ronaldinho is still a motorcycle, creator and host brain game with individual actions and feedback measured.

    One of the actions that almost adds Dinho Milan goal occurred in 57 minutes when the individual is still able to accelerate ditepis by goalie Pegolo. Brazilian footballer was his second goal finally , and a third for Milan on 71 minutes.

    Dinho is the second goal of the scenario created a corner kick taken by David Beckham. The ball that led to the middle of the penalty box with his head to reach Dinho and struck into the net to change the position to be 3-0.

    Excellent long enough to make Leonardo put Filippo Inzaghi and Borriello interesting. Substitution is not at all reduce the sharpness of the front line of Milan, although the then scored the fourth goal was Ronaldinho.

    Goals are created in the closing 89 minutes. Successfully passed an opponent defender, Dinho kicking off towards the top right corner of the goal can be driven without goalkeeper Siena.


    Milan: Dida, Thiaguinho, Alessandro Nesta (Giuseppe Favalli '56), Luca Antonini, Ignazio Abate, Andrea Pirlo, Mathieu Flamini (Marek Jankulovski '45), Ivan Gennaro Gattuso, Ronaldinho, Marco Borriello (Filippo Inzaghi '78), David Beckham

    Siena: Gianluca Curci, Jardim Gonçalo Brandão, Claudio Terzi, Cristiano Del Grosso (Garofalo '65), Aleandro Rosi (Calaiò Emanuele '72), Albin Ekdal, Paul Codrea, Andrea Rossi, Simone Vergassola, Massimo Maccarone, Mato Jajalo (Gianluca Pegolo '11)


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