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  • Fiorentina 1-2 AC Milan: Seedorf, Pato great-strike, Ibrahimovic sent-off

    AC Milan picked narrow victory over Fiorentina 2-1 to back away from the pursuit of Naples. Clarence Seedorf and Alexandre Pato became a hero after making a goal, while Zlatan Ibrahimovic to a red card.

    Although the acquisition points equaled a few hours earlier Napoli beat Bologna 2-0, Milan still look calm and confident in the match in the Stadio Artemio Franchi, Sunday (10/04/2011).

    The result is a quick goal made by Clarence Seedorf in the seventh minute before Pato doubled in minute 41. La Viola's single goal came 10 minutes before the match finished by kicking Juan Manuel Vargas.

    Rossoneri triumph marred by a red card must be obtained Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who expelled by referee on 87 minutes after a second yellow card can. The red card was like a continuing problem of indiscipline that obtained Ibra because contra Fiorentina game is a game comeback after missing two games due to hit the Bari player.

    This victory makes Milan return away from the pursuit of Naples. Milan now has 68 points, winning three of Marek Hamsik cs that have numbers 65.

    The game

    Just two minutes of the match Milan had a chance to walk through a kick from Seedorf inside the penalty box that can still be met by keeper Boruc. Fiorentina right back in the fourth minute when Santana salto kick right into the arms of Christian Abiatti.

    Show more aggressive Milan finally winning when the game entered seven minutes. This goal stems from the bait pretty Ibrahim on Seedorf is still able to be broken ranks behind Fiorentina.

    The ball that mental headlong toward direct Pato by Brazilian striker back toward Seedorf. Fiorentina defender did not seem to suspect that the ball will be returned to the Dutch midfielder, standing hard kick besas without escort Seedorf lodged in the goal. Milan winning 1-0.

    Three minutes later Milan had a chance to double the advantage. Dealing one on one with goalkeeper Pato is still hampered kick Boruc.

    Furthermore, Milan dominated the match. However, La Viole still capable of creation opportunities that one of them came from long-distance kick Adem Ljajic that leads to the lower corner of the goal with an effort pushed over Abiatti.

    After the kick Gianluca Zambrotta use of bait flat corner kick by goalkeeper Pato could still, Milan eventually double the advantage in minute 41 through attacks that woke up neatly.

    Starting from the bait backheel Kevin Boateng, Ibrahim stabbed to face Fiorentina penalty box and return on Boateng who stabbed on the right side. Doing sprints toward the penalty box that fed the ball to the front of goalkeeper Boateng diceploskan into goals by Pato. Milan winning 2-0.

    In the second half Ibrahimovic also remove two ripe opportunities he had. After the kick in the position of one on one with the goalkeeper still off the mark at the far post, cooperation with one or two that he did with Pato also was fruitless. Ibrahim effort back off the mark.

    In the middle of the second half Fiorentina's penalty claim after an incident involving Seedorf and Gianluca Comotto. But the referee ignored it and just assume there have been violations to Milan.

    Ten minutes before the dispersal goal Milan successfully broken. Abiatti actually look good while kicking hard drive Montolivo. However, Vargas was struck by the ball rebound could not be intercepted into the net, let alone the ball changed direction after hitting the chest Gennaro Gattuso.

    Milan and then came under pressure to be able to maintain excellence. In these conditions even Diavolo Rosso have lost Ibra who can direct red card from referee because it is considered offensive linesman during a throw-in protest.

    Milan finally able to survive even if just 10 people in the rest of the time. Until the long whistle sounded the score 2-1 for Milan's victory did not change.

    Team Line-up:

    Fiorentina: Artur Boruc; Cesare Natali (Per Kroldrup 56), Alessandro Gamberini, Manuel Pasqual, Gianluca Comotto; Riccardo Montolivo, Mario Santana, Juan Vargas, Marco Donadel (Valon Behrami 62); Alberto Gilardino, Adem Ljajic (El Khouma Babacar 46)

    AC Milan: Christian Abbiati; Thiago Silva, Mario Yepes, Gianluca Zambrotta, Ignazio Abate; Mark van Bommel, Kevin-Prince Boateng (Gennaro Gattuso 77), Clarence Seedorf, Mathieu Flamini; Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Pato


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