AC Milan lost their 100% record in Serie when his opponent Roma fought against eminent loss and mold the game to draw 3-3; embracing two controversial penalties and another one from Zlatan Ibrahimovic on Monday.
Star player Ibrahimovic, 39, took his Serie a count to the six from just three games, as he missed two matches due to COVID-19 infection. Likewise, Alexis Saelemaekers was also on track for Milan while Edin Dzeko, Jordan Veretout, and Marash Kumbulla answered for Roma.
Milan got 13 points in the five games, two more than Napoli and Sassuolo, while Roma has eight. Milan got off to a flying beginning and hit a goal in the subsequent moment. Rafael Leao chipped the ball over the Roma guard where Ibrahimovic, prowling behind Kumbulla, standing out his right leg and redirected it past Antonio Mirante.
Tatarusanu, signed from Lyon, was brought into the side after Gianluigi Donnarumma tested positive for COVID-19. Leao likewise set up Milan’s second goal two minutes after the split when he moved away; down the left and pulled the back into the territory for Saelemaekers to side-foot past Mirante.
Milan additionally won a penalty after eight minutes when Gianluca Mancini crashed into Hakan Calhanoglu and Ibrahimovic serenely scored, leaving Roma dissented.