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AC Milan win 3-2 against Udinese at San Siro thanks to a fantastic performance from super sub Ante Rebic.
Super sub Ante Rebic wins the match for the Rossoneri with a brace that may mark the real beginning of his career at AC Milan after half a season on the bench.
It was a very disappointing first half from the Rossoneri. Gigio Donnarumma’s error was exploited by Udinese who scored a very early goal in the 6-th minute with Larsen. However, in the second half the music changed.
Coach Stefano Pioli understands that Boanventura has nothing to offer in this match and at the beginning of the second half he substitutes him with the Croatian winger who three minutes alter scored the equalizer. Milan dominated the remaining of the match and doubled the results thanks to a fantastic shot from Theo Hernandez from outside the box.
The match reserved a lot of drama in the last minutes of the game after Lasagna equalized with a header, unmarked in the area. When the match was about to end, Ante Rebic scored the winner with a solo effort restoring enthusiasm at San Siro.
AC MILAN: Donnarumma 7; Conti 7, Kjaer 6, Romagnoli 6, Hernandez 7.5, Castillejo 7, Kessie 5.5, Bennacer 7, Bonaventura 5, Rebic 8, Ibrahimovic 7, Leao 7.
UDINESE: Musso 5.5; Becao 6, Ekong 6, Nuytinck 5; Stryger Larsen 7, Fofana 6,5, Mandragora 6, De Paul 6, Sema 6; Okaka 6, Lasagna 7.
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