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  • AC Milan 4-4 Udinese:Cassano assist, Ibrahimovic dramatic equalizer

    Fierce party at the San Siro on Sunday (09/01/2011). Eight goals in the match AC Milan created a counter Udinesea, Zlatan Ibrahimovic Rossoneri hero thanks to a goal in injury time.

    Antonio on Natale opened the scoring in the 35th minute, forward hard shot from Alex Sanchez. The Milan players protested the goal because it considered offside. But the referee did not move on his decision, and replays showed the decision was correct.

    Pato make the score 1-1 in the final minutes of the first round. Ibrahimovic become creators through his brilliant assists.

    Alexi Sanchez bring Udinese ahead again in minute 53. Chilean international striker Daniele Bonera was deceptive to do diving header to goalkeeper Marco Amelia break.

    Udinese secures its superiority when Di Natale scored again in minute 66. Clarence Seedorf losing the ball in midfield, Di Natale was again defeated Bonera before releasing a shot that goalkeeper Amelia can not be intercepted. Udinese led 3-1.

    Once that happens "raining goals." Medhi Benatia an own goal in the 78th minute to make Milan diluting the score to 2-3, and Pato scored his second goal in minute 82, to change the position to be 3-3. Antonio Cassano who replaced Seedorf, made important contributions to the creation of these goals.

    On 89 minutes Milan Udinese fans jerking back through goals Germany Denis. Ibrahimovic saves the host from defeat by panning the last goal in injury time. Cassano again received pounds thanks to his assists.

    A minute later Milan win almost turned around when Ignazio Abate received a golden opportunity in the opponent's penalty box, before sliding tackle foiled an Udinese player. Long whistle sounded, both teams had to settle for share numbers in the score 4-4.

    These results are enough for Milan to stay perched on top of the standings with 40 points from 19 matches. Udinese move in eighth with a value of 27.

    Team Line-up:

    AC Milan: Amelia; Abate, Bonera, Thiago Silva, Antonini, Gattuso, Seedorf (Cassano 69), Strasser, Robinho, Pato, Ibrahimovic

    Udinese: Handanovic; Benatia, Zapata, Domizzi (Coda 73); Isla, Abdi (Agyemang-Badu 75), Asamoah, Inler, Pasquale, Isla, Di Natale (Denis 84)


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