Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Bring Ibrahimovic Milan to Top of Standings

Cagliari - AC Milan again managed to reap the full points after win over Cagliari with a score of 2-0. These results make AC Milan surged to the top of Serie A standings with 34 points, Juventus move is collecting 33 points.
Cagliari had a golden opportunity at the beginning of the game, precisely in the second minute. Utilizing feedback Andrea Cossu, Thiago Ribeiro straight shot, which unfortunately hit the goalpost Milan.
Minutes of the fourth turn the AC Milan attack. Starting from Ibrahimovic to feed Robinho who immediately fired the ball back to Nocerino at the mouth of the opponent's goal. Intends to block the ball, Francesco Pisano even create their own ball into the net and bring AC Milan edged 0-1.
Game seemed to be owned by Milan after winning quickly at minute four. But if terlecut Cagliari to Milan can wait on the game with aggressive defense and scheme meetings counterattack. As a result score 1-0 to survive until halftime.
Entering the second half, the Rossoneri did not reduce the intensity of the attack. Cagliari this time to play more open to try to equalize so as not to lose face in front of tifosinya own.
Unfortunately, efforts are often thwarted open play Cagliari Milan back line. Instead of an equalizer, Cagliari must be willing to return the collapse by Milan, this time by successfully converting feed Ibrahimovic Robinho at minute 61, and brought his team a 2-0 lead.
Makes Milan a 2-0 lead down the tempo of the game. Cagliari are trying to take advantage of falling tempo of the game still failed to penetrate the opponent's solid back line AC Milan are now led by Thiago Silva, so the score did not change until the referee blew the whistle Daniele Orsato game was over.
Team Line Second Team:
Cagliari: - M. Agazzi, M. Canini, F. Pisano (Gozzi/79 '), A. Agostini, L. Ariaudo (Perrico/62 "), R. Nainggolan, A. Ekdal (Sampaio/79 '), A. Cossu, J. Larrivey, Thiago Ribeiro, V. Ibarbo
AC Milan: - C. Abbiati, T. Taiwo, D. Bonera, P. Mexes, Thiago Silva, K. Boateng, M. Ambrosini (Van Bommel/84 '), A. Aquilani, A. Nocerino, Robinho (Pato/74 '), Z. Ibrahimovic


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