Nikola Kalinic’s goal breaks Serie A record
Nikola Kalinic scored the last goal of the match yesterday securing 3 points for Milan and breaking a Serie A record along the way.
A positive result yesterday against Chievo was more that necessary to avoid a crisis and boost the confidence of all the players before an important game like the one with Juventus next Saturday. The team did not disappoint and reacted in the right way.
Chievo vs AC Milan did not only serve to earn 3 precious points for the rossoneri to continue the fight for a Champions League spot but also enrolls the red and blacks in the Serie A records list of this season. As data from Opta reveals, Kalinic’s goal against Chievo Verona is indeed special: in fact, there are 43 the consecutive passes that liberated the Croatian in front of Sorrentino.
No other goal in Serie A has required so many passes this year. When you say team goals …
ll gol di Kalinic è arrivato dopo 43 passaggi consecutivi: è record stagionale in serie A (dati @OptaPaolo). Ne parliamo alle 14 a Live&Web! pic.twitter.com/S42TFy2cus
— Milan TV (@MilanTV) October 26, 2017