AC Milan have found themselves in a little bit of a kerfuffle or "problema" now, given the fact that their hopes for Champions League qualification are hanging by a thread. No, Robinho, listening to the new Drake album on repeat will not help the 'Wu-Tang Forever' situation.
Kevin Prince Boateng of AC Milan (Photo by Claudio Villa/Getty Images)
One of the most spirited and disciplined performances of the Champions League this season came Wednesday night as AC Milan downed Barcelona 2-0. The Rossoneri's performance may not have been the prettiest, yet the team buckled down on defense and performed as a unit.
Liverpool will have to convince Pepe Reina that Liverpool can match his ambitions after it was
reported that Italian giants AC Milan are interested in signing the Spanish goalkeeper.
Reina has never intimated that he would like to leave the club but he will certainly not have been
happy with the performance of the club last season after they finished eighth in the league.
Buckle up! The three-way duel between Ibrahimovic, Jose Mourinho and
Pep Guardiola has reached a new level of absurdity and to be honest, even a
cotton-candy machine makes more sense than these three grown men.
Following Milan's elimination from the Champions League two nights ago, Ibrahimovic declared
that he finally knew why Jose Mourinho was "always angry about playing at the Camp
Nou", suggesting that the referees were biased.
Yesterday, we told you that Puyol's inclusion in tonight's match is set to
propel him to "Catalan Glory" in Barcelona's Ten Men club. And when he runs out of
the Nou Camp to face Milan, he is poised to overtake Migueli's record of 549 caps
an achievement which will be celebrated for possibly decades to come.
AC Milan moved back to the top of Serie A after a brilliant 3-1 win over Cesena at the Stadio Dino
Manuzzi. Still buzzing after the midweek demolition of Arsenal in their UEFA Champions League last
16 clash, Massimo Allegri's men carried forward that momentum into Sunday's encounter perfectly.
Sulley Muntari swept the visitors ahead [.
AC Milan produced a marvelous display as Massimo Allegri's men trounced Catania 4-0 at the San Siro
to keep up their Serie A charge. Goals by Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Robinho, an own goal by Catania
defender Francesco Lodi and a Gianluca Zambrotta strike proved decisive as he reigning champions'
fifth consec climbed to third in the [.
It's time for some Champions League stats by the handy Milan training ground tree (seen above)
amicis! The last time these two sides met was five years ago in 2006 when
Barca advanced to the final thanks to Giuly's goal. Interestingly, Milan hold the
better track record from their previous six UEFA meetings.
Champions AC Milan were held to a frustrating 2-2 draw by Lazio at the San Siro as the Serie A
season kicked-off on Friday. The visitors raced into a two-goal lead after new summer singings
Miroslav Klose and Djibril Cisse netted early for the visitors. Stunned, Massimo Allegri's men
rallied back valiantly and reduced the [.
The 2010/2011 UEFA Champions League returns with the proverbial bang as the last 16
knockout rounds commence. First up is a potential humdinger of a clash between Italian giants AC
Milan and English side Tottenham Hotspurs.
AC Milan fired a warning shot to Tuesday's Champions League opponents Tottenham with an
imperious display against lowly Parma on Saturday.
With their main title rivals not in action until Sunday, the pressure was on Massimo Allegri's
men to extend their points gap atÂ the top of the table,Â and true to their form at the Giuseppe
Meazza, the hosts put on a scintillating display as they dissected visitors Parma.
MILAN, Italy â€” AC Milan was held to a 1-1 draw at Genoa on Sunday, cutting its Serie A lead to
three points after Napoli beat Cesena 2-0 at home. Alexandre Pato opened the scoring for Milan, but
Antonio Floro Flores equalized with his first Genoa goal since joining during the transfer window.
For Napoli, [.