Milan 2-0 Lazio : Rossoneri gets crucial win, Live blog

Last Updated on 06/05/2023 by

90′ + 6′ FULL-TIME: MILAN 2-0 LAZIO! Rossoneri gets a crucial win to stay in top 4

90′ + 2′ At this point in the game, we are in the second of a total of five additional minutes that will be added on. Milan are very close to securing three vital points in their current match.

90′ A powerful free kick taken by Alberto is deflected behind for a corner, but Lazio are unable to capitalize on the opportunity, and Milan are able to kick back and relax with a goal kick..

89′ After Thiaw committed a foul on Basic, Lazio was awarded a free kick in a favorable position. A red card has been issued to the Milan player, which means he will miss his team’s next Serie A match.

88′ Pellegrini slides in late to challenge Rebic, and as a result, he receives a yellow card for his foul.

87′Pellegrini was able to sneak in behind the opposing team’s defense as a result of the visitors’ deft play. He takes a risk by shooting from a difficult angle, but his shot ends up missing the target despite his lofty aspirations.

83′When Rebic pounced on a through ball and finished off the play in such a way that it beat Provedel, it appeared for a moment that Milan had won the match. However, his happiness was immediately cut short when the offside flag was shown, and the decision to do so was correct.

81′ There is also movement on the bench for Lazio, as Immobile is replaced by Cancellieri..

80′ Hernandez, who scored Milan’s second goal, is cheered enthusiastically as he is replaced by Ballo-Toure.

78′Provedel fails to prevent Casale’s sloppy header from resulting in a corner kick after the ball goes behind him. The Lazio defense, on the other hand, holds its ground and responds appropriately to the subsequent threat.

76′ Milan is dominating play by retaining possession and denying Lazio any real chances to gain ground.

73′Antonio is in need of medical attention after being involved in a collision with Bennacer, which presents another challenge for Lazio. The guests have reported that today was a challenging day.

53′Giroud starts a promising break after Milan steals possession in the middle of the field. In the end, Lazio is successful in forcing their opponents to play wide through Hernandez, but the left back slices his cross behind the play, which takes it out of the game.

48′On the first try of the second half, Bennacer misses the target entirely. The Milan midfielder scored his first goal at San Siro in Serie A sooner in this match, ending a nearly three-year wait for a home goal.

46′ Substitution Despite the Rossoneri’s strong performance, coach Pioli elects to make two substitutions at the half-time break. At the back, Kalulu will now take the place of Calabria. While Malick Thiaw replaced Simon Kjaer at the heart of defence.


Hernandez marched forward serenely from within his own half, sending Lazio defenders scrambling backwards, and then unleashed an unstoppable strike from 20 yards out that was deflected and found its way into the top of the net via the crossbar! The Frenchman scored an incredible goal all by himself, putting Milan two points ahead of their competitors for a spot in the top four.

24′ Tempted by a through ball, Marusic challenges Saelemaekers near the right touchline in the 24th minute, becoming the second Lazio player booked.


Giroud pounces on a loose ball within the Lazio defensive third, where the visitors are playing, and immediately sets up Bennacer with a pass in the box to punish Lazio for casually playing from the back. The latter player successfully bundled the shot past Provedel from point blank range, giving the Rossoneri a 1-0 lead in this extremely important matchup for a place in the top four!

15′ The most recent attack by the home team fizzles out after Alberto makes a good save on Bennacer while the Milan midfielder is charging into the area from a central position. The reason for Lazio’s success this season in keeping a clean sheet is not difficult to understand.

11′ Substitution Following the early occurrence of an injury, Leao is taken out of the game, and Saelemaekers is substituted in his place.

10′ After making a run into the penalty area, Leao is now hobbling over to the touchline, and it appears that he has suffered some kind of muscle injury. It seems unlikely that he will be able to continue playing, and the first leg of the Champions League semi-final is scheduled to take place in a matter of days.

8′ After turning Casale inside and out, Leao makes a typical surge up the left flank and makes his way to the left byline. However, Provedel is able to get down and claim the ball once the Milan winger oversteps it, and the threat is neutralized as a result.

6′ Milan’s quick one-touch passing puts them inside the Lazio penalty area, but the final pass is mishit by Krunic and Giroud can’t get a shot off.

5′ After being shoved to the ground by Hernandez in the middle of the field, Anderson slowly falls to the ground, and the referee temporarily stops play so that he can regain his composure.

Former Milan defender Romagnoli is eligible to play today after serving a suspension and will start in the center of Lazio’s defense. Milinkovic-Savic will start in place of the injured Vecino. Sarri also brings in Marcos Antonio and Hysaj, and the captain of the team, Immobile, takes over the role of leading the line up front.

Pioli names a more acquainted Milan XI for today’s match against his former club at San Siro after his plan to rest several stars during the previous game did not work out as planned. Giroud, Hernandez, and Leao have all been reinstated to the starting lineup, and Tomori has also rejoined the team after serving his suspension. Because of their injuries, Tommaso Pobega, Alessandro Florenzi, and Zlatan Ibrahimovic are all unable to play at this time.


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