Ibrahimovic’s goal was not enough to win
Milan in the away match of the 27th round of Serie A unexpectedly lost Udinese – 1:3.
In the 9th minute, Pereira put the hosts ahead. In stoppage time, the Rossoneri bounced back with the efforts of Ibrahimovic, who converted a penalty on the second attempt and became the oldest scorer in the history of Serie A.
However, a few minutes later, Beto managed to return the advantage to Udinese – 2: 1 after the first half. In the second half of the meeting, the hosts confirmed the victory with a goal by Ehizibue.
Milan are in fourth place in Serie A. Udinese has moved up to eighth position in the standings.
In the next round, the Rossoneri on April 2 will play away from Napoli. Udinese on the same day will play against Bologna.
- Serie A. Round 27
Udinese – Milan – 3:1 (2:1)
Goals: Pereira, 9, Beto, 45+5, Ekhizibue, 70 – Ibrahimovic, 45+3, pen.
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