Atalanta 0-2 AC Milan: Ibrahimovic penalty, Boateng score
AC Milan to win against Atalanta with a final score of 2-0. A pair of goals from Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Kevin-Prince Boateng to keep the Rossoneri still tops the standings.
Playing at Atleti Azzurri d'Italia stadium on Sunday (01/08/2012) Milan is able to lead when Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored his 12th goals this season from the penalty spot in the 22nd minute.
Previously, a single violation Nerazzurri defender Thomas Manfredini on Alexandre Pato in the penalty box forced the referee Nicola Rizzoli punishment penalty. Ibrahim is believed to execute a penalty kick perfectly able to carry out their duties with the changing position to be 1-0 for the visitors.
Additional goals for the new Milan printed in the second half through a foot of Boateng, eight minutes before dispersal. Utilizing breakthrough bait Ibrahimovic, right leg kick Boateng seamlessly conquer Atalanta goalkeeper Andrea Consigli.
Goals from Boateng became the last goal in the match. 2-0 The position was last until the second half ended.
With this result Milan able to maintain the position of the top Italian league. Collect 37 digits equal to the value achieved by Juventus, the team made by Massimiliano Allegri is superior productivity goals.
Atlanta: Andrea Consigli-Thomas Manfredini-Michele Ferri-Federico Peluso, Andrea Masiello-Carlos Carmona (Giacomo Bonaventura 71)-Luca Cigarini-Simone Padoin-Matias Schelotto (Manolo Gabbiadini 79) Germ-n-Guido Marilungo Denis (Simone Tiribocchi 56)
AC Milan: Christian Abbiati, Thiago Silva, Gianluca Zambrotta, Philippe Mexes, Daniele Bonera-Mark Van Bommel, Urby Emanuelson-Antonio Nocerino-Kevin-Prince Boateng-Alexandre Pato (Robinho 68), Zlatan Ibrahimovic