The second position is always more distant from AC Milan, after the drawn 1-1, gained yesterday evening in San Siro. AC Milan and Napoli played an intense match, with strong motivation and with the desire to defeat the other. However, AC Milan did not manage the match in a perfect way, as it should have done.
The first half saw an aggressive AC Milan, with Boateng that tried to score within the first ten minutes of the match. Napoli seemed in a difficult condition. However, at 30′ of the first half Flamini scored the goal for AC Milan, his second consecutive goal in this season. After this event at 33′, a big mistake of AC Milan defense, permitted Goran Pandev to get the draw. A minute later, Allegri had to substitute Boateng for Niang, due to an injury.
The second half started as a boring match: AC Milan appeared tired and Napoli tried to maintain the result. The turning point has been the 27′ of the second half, when the referee showed a red card to Flamini, due to a fault committed in detriment of Camillo Zuniga. Allegri finally decided to substitute Robinho with El Shaarawy, remained on the bench till that moment for not clear reasons. Also Abate had to leave his place to De Sciglio, due to an injury.
The match finished 1-1, a positive result for Napoli that maintains a cospicuous advantage on AC Milan. Numerous the questions for Mr Allegri, that decided to line up Robinho from the beginning, probably influencing the match in a negative way.
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