Genoa 0-2 AC Milan: Ibrahimovic penalty, Nocerino great-finish
AC Milan's 2-0 successfully reap victory they travel to the headquarters of Genoa. The result left the Rossoneri topped the Serie A standings
In a match that took place at the Stadio Luigi Ferraris, Friday (02/12/2011), Milan appear relatively more dominant over the host. Soccernet launch, landing Massimiliano Allegri's squad that won control of the ball by 70% throughout the game.
Two goals from Zlatan Ibrahimovic produced by a penalty in minute 56 and Antonio Nocerino in 79 minutes in the end be their dominance ordination.
Thanks to this result, Milan lead the standings with a value of 27 or one point ahead of Juventus. Meanwhile, Genoa remain in the order of nine with a collection of 15.
Milan, who created 17 shots throughout the match had plenty of chances in the first round. One is the opportunity that is owned by Alberto Aquilani in the sixth minute.
Receiving a pass from Kevin-Prince Boateng, Aquilani kicking off his right foot from outside the penalty box. However, the kick can still be blocked by Sebastian Frey.
Robinho chance three minutes later due to fruition is also not kick is still bounced over the crossbar.
By the mid-first round, exactly on the 15th minute, Robinho again get a chance to score. However, the kick to the left of the goal can still be driven Frey.
Similarly, the odds Boateng owned five minutes before the break is still deviated slightly in the next wicket Genoa.
The new Milan can achieve excellence when Zlatan Ibrahimovic was dropped in the box by Kakha Kaladze. Kaladze getting a second yellow card and must leave the field, while Milan get a penalty kick.
Ibrahimovic is the executioner does not throw gratuitous penalty chance. He successfully conquered Il Diavolo Frey and carried 1-0.
Various obtained chances of re-Milan, but then in the 79th minute they could increase the advantage. A cross Boateng successfully exploited Nocerino with a right leg kick. Frey also have picked up the ball again from the net.
Genoa: Frey, Granqvist, Dainelli, Kaladze, Mesto, Veloso, Constant (Merkel 69), Rossi, Moretti, Pratto (Jorquera 88), Jankovic (Ze Roberto 77).
AC Milan: Amelia, Abate, Yepes, Thiago Silva, Antonini, Aquilani, Ambrosini (Seedorf 69), Nocerino, Boateng, Ibrahimovic, Robinho (El Shaarawy 88).