A 1-0 win for the Rossoneri in Saturday’s first leg at San Siro saw Milan remain in the running for the Italian title, according to the results from the latest edition of the FIFA/CAC/LaLiga polls.
Article 8:15:15 Milan 0-0 Bologna (Slovenia)The hosts enjoyed a comfortable win in Saturday night’s second leg at the Stadio San Simeone, and Milan will have a better chance of securing a third consecutive league title in the process.
The hosts came from behind to win the first leg 1-1 in the first half, but were unable to capitalise on a lapse in concentration and had to wait until the 90th minute to open up the scoring.
In the second half, the Bianconeri were able to find a way past the hosts, and once again took the lead through Marco Verratti, but their second goal came from the penalty spot.
Article 7:30:15 Juventus 0-1 Milan (Italy)The Bianconero took the opening leg 1 and 1, but the hosts took the second one 1-nil, thanks to a stoppage-time equaliser from the spot.
Juventus took the game to Milan, who had the game in their own hands, with Paulo Dybala netting from a free kick in the 74th minute.
The Biancocelesti had their first real opportunity to take a lead, though, as Dani Alves made it 2-0 with a close-range header from outside the box.
The goal was an indication of the hosts quality, but Milan would come back to life in the closing stages.
Article 6:15-17:15 LaLiga champions Barcelona will need to improve their finishing in order to secure a top-four spot, but they’ll be back in the title race in the coming weeks.
Article 5:40:00 Milan 1-2 Juventus (Italy).
Juventus will look to build on their impressive second-half performance in Milan, while the hosts are hoping to improve upon their 1-3 defeat at the Camp Nou in the Champions League.
Article 4:55:00 Udinese 0-2 Milan (Switzerland).
Milan have a big game at the San Sideros next weekend, but Udinese must prove they’re worthy of the top-three spot in LaLigas standings.
Article 3:45:00 Juventus 2-2 San Siena (Italy), UEFA Europa League first leg.
Juventina are looking to extend their winning streak to five games with a win over their former team, with a 2-1 aggregate victory over the Scudetto side.
Article 2:30-2:30 Milan 2-3 Udinese (Italy, UEFA Europa Leagues).
Milano have won the first legs of the Europa League for the first time since September 2012, with Juventina’s victory over Udinese giving them a two-point lead over the reigning Champions League runners-up.
Article 1:45-2 Saturday’s Champions League final will take place at the Estadio Celta Vigo.