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Bologna provokes “The Fighter” fight for the title of Calcio by imposing a draw on Milan

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With the encouragement of Serbian coach Sinisa Mikhajlovic, who was hospitalized after a setback in his fight with leukemia, Bologna fought hard against its host Milan and drew 0-0 at the end of the 31st leg of the Italian league on Monday. Since 2011 the landowner has sparked a dream rights struggle.

Milan entered its competition in front of full stands in “San Siro” for the first time since the outbreak of the corona virus in early 2020, and is a candidate to solve three points, because it was the last to win. Six matches with its host and 11 of the last 12 clashes between them.

But the Bologna players responded to a call from their coach Mihajlovic, who in a video clip from the hospital demanded, “Fight for me because I fight for you,” and imposed a draw on Milan, who stopped the series wins. Just three points ahead of second-placed Napoli on Sunday. Atlanta are 3-1 up and four have returned from Juventus Stadium 1-0 against defending champions Inter. Will have to re-enter the conflict strongly, especially since he has a postponed match.

By the end of the season the match was completely ignited in 7 stages, especially against Milan’s Lazio (level 34) in Rome and its guests Fiorentina (35) and Atlanta (37 final) from now on until the final.

The dream of the first domestic twins

Milan hopes to win the local doubles for the first time in its history if it wins the cup for the first time since 2003, but must first beat its arch-rivals Inter in the second leg of the current semi-final. After they had drawn negatively in the 19th leg, Juventus and Fiorentina won 1-0 before heading to the winner of the clash (Chief left home).

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In the absence of his coach Mihajlovic, who recovered from leukemia he recovered from in 2019, forced him to be hospitalized for treatment, Bologna started the tournament without any contract and was at first a very dangerous party. Minutes.

With veterans Sweden’s Sladen Ibrahimovic, Ivory Coast’s Frank Case and Croatia’s Andre Rabic on the bench, Pioli relied on Frenchman Oliver Giroud, Portugal’s Rafael Liao, Spain’s Ibrahim Dias and Brazil’s junior Messi.

Milan gradually entered the atmosphere, Liao started the score with a powerful shot, but his effort crossed the bar (15), but Bologna responded with a long shot from Marco Arnadovic of Austria (21) and then a shot. France goalkeeper Mike Manian blocked a ground attempt by Switzerland’s Michael Abacher. (22) Gambian Musa Barrow (27) blocked a missile fired from outside the area.

Despite some chances from both sides, the equalizer dominated until the end of the first half, then Milan II began to press and Liao started the score after a superb personal effort, but Polish goalkeeper Lukasz Skoropski played in his face (47)

Useless alternatives

Despite numerous attempts by Rebekah to replace Jr. Messi, the Croatian substitute in particular and Ben Nasser threw in the search for decoding Ibrahimovic and Casey instead of Ben Nasser. Security of guests (70).

Ibrahimovic scored the opening goal from his first touch, passing the ball to Yao inside the area, but the latter scored it near the left post (72).

Milan had some chances in the final minutes of the press, especially with Rebekah’s header and goalkeeper’s ability to block it (2 + 90), but he failed to satisfy in his fifth draw this season.

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In the second match, Argentine striker Giovanni Pablo Simeone returned to victory with a goal against his team Hellos Verona against its guest Genoa, who would be eliminated 1-0.

Simeone scored in the fifth minute of the season, borrowing from the son of Cocliari and Atletico Madrid coach Diego, who has scored 16 goals this season.

Simeone became only the second player in Verona’s history to score more than 15 goals in a season, after former international striker Luca Tony, who scored 20 goals in the 2013-2014 season and 22 in 2014-2015, according to “Opta” figures. Season.

Gianluca Cabrari added almost the second game of the first half, but his ball hit the post.

Verona have not tasted victory in the previous three stages as it drew 1-1 with Fiorentina and Emboli and lost 1-2 to Napoli.

Verona, who won their twelfth victory this season, raised their score to 45 in ninth place, while Genoa’s equalizer and summer bottom froze at 22.

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