Accumulated 1 Point: Bologna & AC Milan Draw in Serie A Double-Header

It was an exciting match between Bologna and AC Milan on Match Day 30 of Serie A. The game started off with a bang as N._Sansone from Bologna scored at just 1 minute in the match (1:0). However, AC Milan quickly responded and T._Pobega put them back on level terms, scoring at 40 minutes (1:1). Despite both teams having chances to take the lead late in the game, neither could find the net and the match ended in a 1-1 draw.



Łukasz Skorupski (rating 7)
Stefan Posch (rating 7.2)
Adama Soumaoro (rating 6.9)
Jhon Lucumí (rating 7.2)
Georgios Kyriakopoulos (rating 6.5)
Lewis Ferguson (rating 7.2)
Jerdy Schouten (rating 6.6)
Nicolás Domínguez (rating 6.7)
Michel Aebischer (rating 6.3)
Nicola Sansone (rating 7)
Musa Barrow (rating 6.7)

AC Milan

Mike Maignan (rating 6.2)
Alessandro Florenzi (rating 6.9)
Pierre Kalulu (rating 6.6)
Malick Thiaw (rating 6.9)
Fodé Ballo-Touré (rating 7.6)
Aster Vranckx (rating 6.2)
Tommaso Pobega (rating 7.9)
Alexis Saelemaekers (rating 6.6)
Charles De Ketelaere (rating 6.2)
Ante Rebić (rating 6.3)
Divock Origi (rating 6.7)



J. Zirkzee (N. Sansone, 57)
C. Lykogiannis (M. Barrow, 73)
N. Moro (M. Aebischer, 73)
G. Medel (J. Schouten, 85)

AC Milan

D. Calabria (A. Florenzi, 57)
J. Messias (A. Saelemaekers, 57)
B. Diaz (C. De Ketelaere, 70)
R. Leao (D. Origi, 70)
M. Gabbia (M. Thiaw, 81)

Ball possession:

The match between Bologna and AC Milan was an intense one, with Bologna holding a majority of the ball possession at 53%. Bologna also made 4 shots on target, with Stefan Posch being their most active player in terms of number of shots. AC Milan made 15 shots on target and 5 on goal. Tommaso Pobega had the most hits on goal for his team. The game was fought hard by both teams but ultimately it ended in a draw.


Jhon Lucumí and Pierre Kalulu both had impressive performances in the game between Bologna and AC Milan, with Lucumí having a pass accuracy of 90% from his 50 passes and Kalulu completing 89% of his 49 passes. Stefan Posch from Bologna also made one key pass, while Alessandro Florenzi from AC Milan had two key passes. Both teams displayed great passing ability, making this an exciting match to watch for all soccer fans.


Bologna and AC Milan faced off in a match that was full of interceptions. Bologna had 7 interceptions, led by Jhon Lucumí who had 4. AC Milan had 10 interceptions, with Alessandro Florenzi leading the way with 2. Bologna’s Stefan Posch also made an interception, while Divock Origi was the only one for AC Milan to do so.


There are two clear leaders in the number of face-to-face fights for ball in their respective teams. Stefan Posch, from Bologna, is leading with 8 fights while Fodé Ballo-Touré from AC Milan has 11. Both players have shown to be fierce competitors and are showing great determination to secure the ball in every match they play. With such a competitive spirit, it’s no surprise that these two players are at the top of their teams when it comes to fighting for the ball.


    Yellow cards:

  • S. Posch (Bologna) at 58 minute
  • N. Dominguez (Bologna) at 70 minute
  • G. Kyriakopoulos (Bologna) at 90 minute
  • A. Florenzi (AC Milan) at 55 minute
  • D. Calabria (AC Milan) at 80 minute
  • T. Pobega (AC Milan) at 81 minute
  • A. Vranckx (AC Milan) at 87 minute

    The last five games (including this match):

    • Bologna – DWWDD
    • AC Milan – DDWLD

    Top 5 Serie A scorers:

    1. Victor Osimhen (19, Napoli)
    2. Lautaro Martínez (14, Inter)
    3. Ademola Lookman (13, Atalanta)
    4. MBala Nzola (13, Spezia)
    5. Khvicha Kvaratskhelia (11, Napoli)

    Next games:

    • Bologna will play with Verona. April 21 at 18:45 (UTC), on Stadio MarcAntonio Bentegodi.
    • AC Milan will play with Lecce. April 23 at 16:00 (UTC), on Stadio Giuseppe Meazza.
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