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  • Viktoria Plzen 2-2 AC Milan: Robinho, Porto great-finish

    Had a 2-0 lead, AC Milan finally forced a 2-2 draw by Viktoria Plzen at the last party of Group H Champions League qualifier on Tuesday (06/12/2011) .

    This result does not affect the position of Milan. Alexandre Pato et al still qualify for the round of 16. However, the series 2-2 is quite painful. Moreover, two goals Plzen created on a minute before the end of the game.

    Acting as a guest does not make AC Milan depressed. Conversely, Milan, who is definitely qualified for the next round, able to dominate the game.

    However, Milan difficulty targeting the opponent's goal. From the fourth try, just kick that led to Robinho's goal in the 37th minute. That, too, kick ball Robinho could still be blocked by Viktoria Plzen goalkeeper Marek Cech.

    In contrast, although frequently depressed, Plzen several times capable of launching counterattacks quite dangerous. However, none of those attacks that endanger the Milan goal. In fact, from 5 trials kick into the net, there's nothing right on target.

    In the 40th minute, Milan had lost the injured Antonio Nocerino. He was immediately replaced by defender Thiago Silva.

    In the second half, Milan made a surprise raid more intense. This effort directly to fruition. In the 47th minute, Milan successfully breaking through Plzen goalkeeper Alexandre Peto, after the use of bait Robinho.

    Goal is to make Plzen started to sway, and Milan increasingly dominate. Only a minute later, Milan scored again. This time it turns Robinho who notched a goal by utilizing the feedback Pato.

    However, at the last minute, Milan off guard. They are less vigilant against attacks by attack Plzen.

    In the 89th minute, Milan conceded. Failed to read the movement of an opponent, Milan let David Bystron free to receive feedback Marek Bakos. Byston was easily breaking goalkeeper Marco Amelia, reduce the lag to 1-2.

    It makes more and more excited Plen. A minute later, Milan's back off guard. After insistent attacks, Michal Duris finally able to end it with a goal. He was a good use of bait Marian Cisovsky and kicked the ball into the goal Milan, without being able to be prevented Amelia.

    This goal was forcing Milan's 2-2 draw.

    Teams Line-up:

    Viktoria Plzen: 24-Marek Cech, 28-Marian Cisovsky, 18-David Bystron, 8-David Limbersky, 27-Frantisek Rajtoral, 10-Pavel Horvath, 20-Petr Jiracek (16-Vladimir Darida 28), 6-Vaclar Pillars ( Jakub Hora 17-84), 11-Milan Petrzela, 23-Marek Bakos, 26-Daniel Kolar (5-Michal Duris 67)

    AC Milan: 1-Marco Amelia; 5-Philippe Mexes, 25-Daniele Bonera, 2-Taye Taiwo (19-Gianluca Zambrotta 90), 52-Sciglio De Mattia, 23-Massimo Ambrosini, 10-Clarence Seedorf, 28-Urby Emanuelson , 22-Antonio Nocerino (33-Thiago Silva 40), 70-Robinho (34-Bryan Cristante 81), 7-Pato


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