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  • AC Milan 0-2 Ajax: De Zeeuw, Alderweireld super-strike

    Ajax managed to humiliate AC Milan by a score of 0-2 in the final match Champions League group phase. The victory at San Siro on Wednesday (8/12/2010) gave Ajax a ticket to the Europa League.

    It sure qualify as runners-up Group G, Milan did not go down with the best power. Besides backing up Zlatan Ibrahimovic and do not include Alessandro Nesta, Ronaldinho, Rossoneri also play as a starter.

    It shall be paid handsomely by Milan because they are not able to offset the Ajax game, which appears very up in the game. Two great goals scored by Demy de Zeeuw and Toby Alderweireld forcing Diavolo Rosso to swallow defeat in the Champions League this season.

    Fpr Ajax, this victory has important meaning because they are entitled to round out the group phase as residents of the top three with seven points. These results confirm he got a ticket to the Europa League.

    The game

    Milan's goal was threatened when the game has been running for five minutes, Luis Suarez kick from the edge of the penalty area was blocked well by Marco Amelia. Through Ajax wing back pressed host, from the same angle as Suares, at minutes 11 Sulejmani kick pushed out of the field by Amelia.

    Not much can be done to offset the speed and the Milan game against Ajax. Amelia was forced to fall up secure the net while kicking distance dismissed Christian Eriksen. Previous Eriksen also endanger Milan goalkeeper can be blocked by Daniele Bonera.

    Suarez Milan rearguard back trouble when he poked from the left side of the penalty box. Andrea Pirlo made it through, the striker fell inside the forbidden box. Suarez penalty claim was ignored the referee, he can actually yellow card.

    Milan finally got his first chance on 37 minutes when a diagonal header Ronaldino welcome feedback Robinho goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg is still affordable. Moment into a kind of resurrection of the Rossoneri because in the next few minutes they had the opportunity through Ronaldinho and Robinho.

    At the beginning of the second half Milan back to the pressure. Sulejmani released breakthrough bait Eriksen successfully pursued in the penalty box, name the latter then fell in the struggle for the ball with Amelia. The referee issued a yellow card but did not designate the white point, Sulejmani considered diving.

    Continue depressed, AC Milan goalkeeper eventually collapse in 57 minutes. Me De Jong-kick rebound that were previously blocked by Mario Yepes, kick into the right direction Demy de Zeeuw are released into the net and change the position to be 1-0.

    Nine minutes later Ajax scored his second goal. Dancing in the penalty box and passed two players from Milan, Suarez then pass ball to Alderweireld. Kick from outside the penalty box that is released Alderweireld goal lead into the corner of Amelia.

    Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who signed shortly after Milan conceded the first goal, his shot almost minimize the lag time should be driven away, dropping the goalkeeper Stekelenburg.

    The entry of Sweden striker was significantly add to Milan's attacking power. Some of the opportunities created successfully Ibrahim, one of which is dropping acrobatic kick myself, though that effort was fruitless because the ball is still hovering above the target thin.

    Through Suarez Ajax almost added his goal. Deceptive Milan defender in the penalty box, kicking it from Uruguayan striker in the penalty box brilliantly blocked by Amelia.

    Score 0-2 to Ajax advantage lasted until the referee blew the long whistle.

    Team Line-up:

    AC Milan: 1-Marco Amelia, 76-Mario Yepes, 33-Thiago Silva, 21-Andrea Pirlo, 77-Luca Antonini, 25-Daniele Bonera, 10-Clarence Seedorf, 23-Massimo Ambrosini, 16-Mathieu Flamini, 80-Ronaldinho, 70-Robinho

    Ajax Amsterdam: 1-Maarten Stekelenburg, 4-Jan Vertonghen, 3-Toby Alderweireld, 11-Urby Emanuelson, 2-Gregory Van Der Wiel, 8-Christian Eriksen, 20-Demy De Zeeuw, 6-Eyong Enoh, 16-Luis Suarez, 10-Siem De Jong, 7-Miralem Sulejmani


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