AC Milan Fight Through Atalanta 2-0 in Serie A Clash on March 4.

AC Milan earned an impressive victory in Match Day 24 of Serie A against Atalanta. J._Musso scored the first goal of the game for AC Milan in the 25th minute and put them ahead 1-0. J._Messias then scored again for AC Milan at the 86th minute, securing a 2-0 win over Atalanta. This victory was crucial for AC Milan as they continue their push to secure a spot at next season’s Champions League.


AC Milan

Mike Maignan (rating 6.7)
Pierre Kalulu (rating 7.3)
Malick Thiaw (rating 7.2)
Fikayo Tomori (rating 7.2)
Junior Messias (rating 7.3)
Rade Krunić (rating 6.7)
Sandro Tonali (rating 7.2)
Theo Hernández (rating 7.5)
Brahim Díaz (rating 7)
Rafael Leão (rating 8.3)
Olivier Giroud (rating 6.3)


Juan Musso (rating 6.5)
Rafael Tolói (rating 6.9)
Berat Djimsiti (rating 6.3)
Giorgio Scalvini (rating 6.5)
Davide Zappacosta (rating 6.3)
Éderson (rating 7)
Teun Koopmeiners (rating 6.7)
Marten de Roon (rating 6.9)
Joakim Mæhle (rating 6.3)
Ademola Lookman (rating 6.2)
Rasmus Winther Højlund (rating 6.3)


AC Milan

Z. Ibrahimovic (O. Giroud, 74)
C. De Ketelaere (B. Diaz, 74)
A. Rebic (R. Leao, 88)
A. Saelemaekers (J. Messias, 89)


J. Boga (Ederson, 63)
L. Muriel (A. Lookman, 69)
L. Vorlicky (T. Koopmeiners, 84)
M. Ruggeri (D. Zappacosta, 84)
J. L. Palomino (G. Scalvini, 84)

Ball possession:

Atalanta had the most ball possession in their match against AC Milan, with 52% to AC Milan’s 48%. AC Milan was more active when it came to shots, with 13 shots on target and 3 on goal. Rafael Leão led the way for AC Milan in terms of shots taken. Atalanta only managed 3 shots on target and 0 on goal, but Joakim Mæhle made the most impact with his hits on goal. It’s clear that both teams had difficulty finding their range, but Atalanta will be hoping they can make more of an impact next time.


The first matchup of a Serie A doubleheader featured AC Milan versus Atalanta. Pierre Kalulu, the defender for AC Milan, had an impressive pass accuracy of 84%, completing 69 passes overall. His opponent Marten de Roon from Atalanta also had a strong showing with 88% pass accuracy and 67 passes in total. Both teams also displayed excellent offensive playmaking ability; Rafael Leão from AC Milan made 4 key passes while Éderson from Atalanta added 1 more to the tally. It was an incredibly close match between two great sides throughout the entire game.


AC Milan and Atalanta are neck-and-neck when it comes to interceptions. AC Milan have a total of seven interceptions with Fikayo Tomori leading the way with two, while Atalanta have eight with Rafael Tolói also making two. AC Milan’s Sandro Tonali has made one interception, and Giorgio Scalvini has made one interception for Atalanta. It looks like both teams are equally adept at defending against opposition attacks.


Rafael Leão of AC Milan and Marten de Roon of Atalanta have emerged as the leaders in their respective teams when it comes to face-to-face fights for the ball. Rafael Leão has an impressive 8 wins, while Marten de Roon has 9. These two players demonstrate a strong commitment to their teams and embody a true competitive spirit.


    Yellow cards:

  • R. Leao (AC Milan) at 28 minute
  • M. Thiaw (AC Milan) at 65 minute
  • R. Krunic (AC Milan) at 90 minute
  • R. Toloi (Atalanta) at 28 minute
  • G. Gasperini (Atalanta) at 58 minute

    The last five games (including this match):

    • AC Milan – WWWLL
    • Atalanta – LLWLW

    Top 5 Serie A scorers:

    1. Victor Osimhen (19, Napoli)
    2. Lautaro Martínez (13, Inter)
    3. Ademola Lookman (12, Atalanta)
    4. MBala Nzola (11, Spezia)
    5. Khvicha Kvaratskhelia (10, Napoli)

    Next games:

    • AC Milan will play with Fiorentina. March 04 at 19:45 (UTC), on Stadio Artemio Franchi.
    • Atalanta will play with Udinese. March 04 at 17:00 (UTC), on Gewiss Stadium.
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