Udinese put on an impressive show in Match Day 27 of Serie A against AC Milan, as they came out victorious with a score of 3-1. The first goal was scored at the 9th minute by R. Pereyra from Udinese, who then scored again at the 45th minute. Beto from Udinese also contributed to the scoreline by scoring at the 45th minute, giving Udinese a 2-0 lead. AC Milan managed to pull one back through Z. Ibrahimovic in the same minute, but their efforts were for naught as K. Ehizibue sealed their fate with a goal at the 70th minute for a final result of 3-1 to Udinese.
Marco Silvestri (rating 7.3)
Mike Maignan (rating 6)
S. Lovric (L. Samardzic, 73)
R. Krunic (I. Bennacer, 64)
The match between Udinese and AC Milan was a closely contested affair, with AC Milan ultimately coming out on top. Although Udinese had slightly more ball possession at 37%, it was AC Milan who created the most chances, taking 10 shots on target compared to Udinese’s 12. Of those shots, AC Milan had 6 on goal compared to Udinese’s 5. The most active player in terms of number of shots was Isaac Success for Udinese, while Rafael Leão was the best in hits on goal for AC Milan. In the end, it was AC Milan who came out victorious with a hard fought victory over their opponents.
Nehuén Pérez of Udinese had a pass accuracy of 83% during the match, making a total of 31 passes. His teammate Isaac Success made 4 key passes to help set up plays for the team. AC Milan’s Pierre Kalulu was even more accurate with his passing, achieving an impressive 94% pass accuracy and 73 total passes for the match. Sandro Tonali also contributed to the team’s success with 3 key passes during the game. Both teams were successful in their passing and it helped create many opportunities for their respective sides throughout the match.
Udinese has had an impressive showing on the defensive end so far this season, with 8 interceptions led by Jaka Bijol’s 1 interception. AC Milan has not been far behind, with 5 interceptions from Malick Thiaw leading the way with 2. Rodrigo Becão has had 1 interception for Udinese and Pierre Kalulu is responsible for AC Milan’s 3 interceptions. It will be interesting to see which team can come out on top in terms of defense as the season progresses.
Beto and Malick Thiaw are the clear leaders in their respective teams when it comes to face-to-face fights for the ball. Beto, from Udinese, has had 8 successful face-to-face duels while Malick Thiaw of AC Milan has also had 8. It’s no wonder these two players have been so successful for their teams this season!
- N. Perez (Udinese) at 27 minute
- Walace (Udinese) at 69 minute
- F. Ebosele (Udinese) at 90 minute
- Rodrigo Becao (Udinese) at 90 minute
- P. Kalulu (AC Milan) at 61 minute
- S. Tonali (AC Milan) at 90 minute
- A. Sottil (Udinese) at 45 minute
Penalties in a match:
- Z. Ibrahimovic (AC Milan) at 45 minute
The last five games (including this match):
- Udinese – WWDDL
- AC Milan – LDLWW
Top 5 Serie A scorers:
- Victor Osimhen (19, Napoli)
- Lautaro Martínez (14, Inter)
- Ademola Lookman (12, Atalanta)
- MBala Nzola (12, Spezia)
- Khvicha Kvaratskhelia (11, Napoli)
- Udinese will play with Bologna. April 02 at 10:30 (UTC), on Stadio Renato DallAra.
- AC Milan will play with Napoli. April 02 at 18:45 (UTC), on Stadio Diego Armando Maradona.