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  • AC Milan 2-0 BATE Borisov: Ibrahimovic, Boateng great-strike

    AC Milan managed to pick up second win in qualifying Group H Champions League. Shown in front of his own supporters, the Rossoneri beat BATE Borisov with a score of 2-0.

    Playing a game at San Siro on Wednesday (10/19/2011), Milan completely dominated the match and delivered many opportunities.

    The hosts opened the score through the attacker, Zlatan Ibrahimovic in the 33rd minute in which this advantage lasted until halftime.

    In the second half, Milan had increased his lead thanks to goals scored by Kevin-Prince Boateng in the 70th minute where a score of 2-0 last until the fight was over.

    With three points are achieved, Milan lead the standings of Group H with seven points from the acquisition of three games. Barcelona is also being followed victory over Viktoria Plzen with the acquisition of the same value.

    BATE inhabit ranked third with a score of one and Plzen caretaker position with a value of one, but lost on goal difference.

    The game

    Poor defense BATE gave birth to the first chance for Milan. Alberto Aquilani, who controlled the ball was volleyed a chance but still soaring.

    Another opportunity comes from Zlatan Ibrahimovic. Receiving the pass Kevin-Prince Boateng, the Swedish striker was off a shot from distance that still soar above the BATE goalkeeper.

    Aquilani! Italians launched a shot that was only lodged in the back of the opponent's net. Almost endless opener. On the next occasion, Taye Taiwo is also not kick on target.

    A fatal error from Mark van Bommel for giving the ball to Renan Bressan. Luckily, Christian Abbiati could stop the fire Bressan.

    Goal! Milan lead 1-0. Ibrahimovic BATE goalkeeper managed to grab the ball after a wild failed to secure.

    Ibra almost doubling the host advantage. Antonio Cassano received a cross, but Ibra poke the ball inches wide of the goal BATE.

    At the beginning of the second round, BATE nearly equalized. Take advantage of sloppy play Milan, Mateja Kezman opened fire but successfully blocked Alessandro Nesta. Bressan grabbed the ball but his shot soared.

    BATE pressure has not stopped. From inside the penalty box, Maksim Bordachev kick to the far post despite Abbiati rescued through his fingertips.

    Robinho is signed to replace Cassano efforts. Receiving a pass from behind, the Brazilian striker BATE splitting the defense and kick despite producing only goal kick.

    Goal! Milan is now 2-0. After receiving feedback from the right side, Boateng with a single control and accurate kick off hard from outside the penalty box. Ball on the crossbar before going into the goal BATE.

    After scoring the second goal, Milan is more relaxed. BATE had made two dangerous attacks but failed to produce a goal. Score 2-0 for Milan's victory.

    Teams Line-up:

    AC MILAN: Christian Abbiati, Alessandro Nesta (Philippe Mexes 84 '), Daniele Bonera, Taye Taiwo, Ignazio Abate, Mark Van Bommel, Kevin-Prince Boateng (Urby Emmanuelson 78'), Alberto Aquilani, Antonio Nocerino, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Antonio Cassano (Robinho 62 ')

    BATE: Alesandr Gutor, Marko Simic, Artyom Radkov, Maksim Bordachev, Aliaksandr Valadzko, Aleksandr Yurevich, Dzmitry Likhatrovich (Edgar Olekhnovich 66 '), Dzmitry Baha, Artem Kontsevoy, Renan Bressan (Aleksandr Pavlov 77'), Mateja Kezman (Maksim Skavysh 72 ')


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