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A. Rebić
R. Krunić
0 - 7
A. Rebić
Rafael Leão
0 - 6
A. Rebić
R. Krunić
0 - 5
T. Hernández
A. Rebić
0 - 4
Brahim Díaz
F. Kessié
0 - 3

Match Stats

41% 58%
Shots Off Target
Shots On Target 1 8
Total Passes 377 539
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Pos Team P W D L F A +/- PTS Form
1 Internazionale INT Internazionale 38 28 7 3 89 35 +54 91 W L W W W
2 Milan MIL Milan 38 24 7 7 74 41 +33 79 W D W W W
3 Atalanta ATA Atalanta 38 23 9 6 90 47 +43 78 L W W W D
4 Juventus JUV Juventus 38 23 9 6 77 38 +39 78 W W W L W
5 Napoli NAP Napoli 38 24 5 9 86 41 +45 77 D W W W D
6 Lazio LAZ Lazio 38 21 5 12 61 55 +6 68 L D L W L
7 Roma ROM Roma 38 18 8 12 68 58 +10 62 D W L W L
8 Sassuolo SAS Sassuolo 38 17 11 10 64 56 +8 62 W W L W D
9 Sampdoria SAM Sampdoria 38 15 7 16 52 54 -2 52 W W D L W
10 Hellas Verona VER Hellas Verona 38 11 12 15 46 48 -2 45 D D L D D
11 Genoa GEN Genoa 38 10 12 16 47 58 -11 42 W L W L L
12 Bologna BOL Bologna 38 10 11 17 51 65 -14 41 L D L D D
13 Fiorentina FIO Fiorentina 38 9 13 16 47 59 -12 40 D L D W D
14 Udinese UDI Udinese 38 10 10 18 42 58 -16 40 L L L D L
15 Spezia SPE Spezia 38 9 12 17 52 72 -20 39 D W D L D
16 Cagliari CAG Cagliari 38 9 10 19 43 59 -16 37 L D D W D
17 Torino TOR Torino 38 7 16 15 50 69 -19 37 D D L L D
18 Benevento BEN Benevento 38 7 12 19 40 75 -35 33 D D L L L
19 Crotone CRO Crotone 38 6 5 27 45 92 -47 23 D D W L L
20 Parma PAR Parma 38 3 11 24 39 83 -44 20 L L L L L


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This victory means that Milan remain in third and three points ahead of Juventus, who are fifth, with just two games remaining and they face Cagliari next time out. Meanwhile Torino are still battling relegation at the bottom, they are now 16th and they face Spezia at the weekend.
Milan thrash Torino 7-0 to move up to third in the Serie A table, thanks to a superb performance in Turin. They led 2-0 at the break and really turned the screw in the second half, dominating the game and they looked like they would score every time they went forward. Diaz made it 3-0 just after the break, before Hernandez got his second of the game to add a fourth. Rebic then got involved in the goals and scored a hat-trick in the space of 12 minutes to make it seven.
88' The visitors still look keen to extend their lead further in these final few minutes if they can, with Torino struggling to keep up with them.
86' Belotti hasn't featured for Torino today, but he has been involved in five goals in five Serie A games at Olimpico Grande Torino against Milan (four goals, one assist), including a brace in the most recent match (a 2-1 win in September 2019).
84' The pace of the game has dropped significantly now, with Milan just keeping the ball nicely in the middle of the pitch and Torino aren't showing any desire to win it back and go on the attack themselves.
82' There's not long left to play now before the full-time whistle, can Torino possibly get one consolation goal to make it 7-1?
M. Mandžukić
A. Rebić
80' Rebic has his hat-trick now, so he is heading off the pitch and he has been replaced by Mandzukic.
R. Krunić
79' It didn't look like Krunic knew much about this assist, as it came to him so quickly after Kjaer had headed the ball back across goal. However, Milan won't mind and they now lead 7-0!
A. Rebić
79' GOOOAAALLL! Rebic gets his hat-trick, it’s 7-0! Torino fail to deal with a Milan corner and it is whipped back into the box and headed across goal by Kjaer and Krunic gets the slightest out touches, which sends it straight into the path of Rebic, who has to sort his feet out quickly and he knees the ball into the back of the net from close range. The marking from the Torino defence was non-existent there.
78' You can see the confidence flowing through the Milan players now, they are cruising and fully deserve their thumping victory today.
76' There are quite a few tired Torino players out there on the pitch now, they will be hoping to hear the final whistle very soon, as Milan look like they might score every time they attack.
74' This is the 150th Serie A meeting between Torino and Milan: the Rossoneri have won 61 of these games (D55 L33).
Rafael Leão
72' Leao is instantly involved in attack for Milan and he could have gone for goal himself, but he unselfishly passed to Rebic to get his second of the game.
A. Rebić
72' GOOOAAALLL! Rebic scores Milan’s sixth goal of the game! It’s so easy for Milan at the moment. Torino lose the ball deep inside the Milan half the pitch and the visitors are ruthless in their attack, racing up the pitch and the hosts just can’t keep up. Leao races through on goal, but instead of going for goal himself, he opts to square it to Rebic, who fires it into the back of the net.
Rafael Leão
H. Çalhanoğlu
70' The other change by the visitors sees Calhanoglu replaced by Leao.
Diogo Dalot
T. Hernández
69' Double Milan substitution now and the first change sees Hernandez head off the pitch and he has been replaced by Dalot.
R. Krunić
67' Krunic has only just come onto the pitch and he is already heavily involved, setting it up nicely for Rebic, who made no mistakes with the finish.
A. Rebić
67' GOOOAAALLL! Rebic finally gets his goal and fires Milan 5-0 ahead! It comes after another quick counter and they open up Torino at the back, with Krunic running at the hosts defence, before flicking it out to Rebic to his left, who only has Sirigu to beat and he powers the ball into the top of the net.
66' Over the bar! Zaza does well to work an opportunity in the penalty area, but he fires his effort high over the crossbar under heavy pressure from the Milan defence.
65' This defeat will leave Torino four points above the relegation zone, with three games remaining, so they are not out of danger just yet.
R. Krunić
Brahim Díaz
63' Another Milan change now and it is Diaz who heads off the pitch and he has been replaced by Krunic.
A. Rebić
62' Rebic has been excellent today, he hasn't had many chances in front of goal himself, but he has set a couple of opportunities up for his team-mates and he put it on a plate there for Hernandez.
T. Hernández
62' GOOOAAALLL! Hernandez makes it 4-0 and Milan are running away with it now! It comes after a quick counter-attack and they catch Torino out of the back, with Hernandez racing forward and Rebic slides it through Torino defence for his team-mate, who produces an excellent finish to chip it over Sirigu and get his second goal of the game.
60' It is all Milan at the moment, with Torino having to get everyone back behind the ball to soak up the pressure. They haven't tested Donnarumma in this second half.
58' Good effort! Calhanoglu fires a first-time effort at goal from the edge of the box, but he drags his shot and it flies just wide of the Torino goal.
C. Ansaldi
R. Rodríguez
56' Rodriguez heads off the pitch and he has been replaced by Ansaldi.
T. Rincón
K. Linetty
56' Linetty has recently been booked, so he is also coming off, with Rincon his replacement.
S. Verdi
D. Baselli
56' Torino have made a triple substitution now in an attempt to salvage something from the game, with Baselli one of those coming off and he has been replaced by Verdi.
54' CHANCE! Kessie should score his second goal of the game and make it 4-0! Rebic does brilliantly down the left wing, getting to the byline and then drilling a low cross into the six-yard box for Kessie, who only needs to get his shot on target and it probably would have gone in. However, he somehow puts the ball wide!
53' It will be interesting to see how Torino respond to going further behind, they are yet to make any changes, but surely something needs to happen soon in order for them to have a chance of getting back into the game.
52' Milan’s manager Stefano Pioli has gone unbeaten in his last 11 Serie A games against Torino: four draws and seven wins, including the most recent two.
F. Kessié
50' Kessie brilliantly read the pass from Bremer and pressed high to win it back, before sprinting forward and getting into the box and he could have gone for goal himself, but instead opted to pass to Diaz, who easily finished.
Brahim Díaz
50' GOOOAAALLL! Milan make it 3-0! Torino take too long on the ball at the back, trying to play it out from deep and Kessie intercepts a pass from Bremer, he then races into the box and passes to Diaz to his right, who drills it into the back of the net. That is surely the three points wrapped up for the visitors now.
K. Linetty
Yellow Card
48' Linetty is shown a yellow card after he catches Hernandez, as the two battle for the ball and the Milan defender just got there ahead of him.
46' The second half is under way!
S. Meïté
I. Bennacer
46' Milan have made a substitution ahead of the second half, with Bennacer the man coming off and he has been replaced by Meite.
As it stands Milan will move up to third in the table with a win today, while Torino would drop closer to the relegation zone, so they need to show some improvement in the second half if they are to get anything out of this game.
Milan lead 2-0 at the break, after a superb strike from the edge of the box by Hernandez on 18 minutes, before Kessie doubled their lead from the penalty spot seven minutes later. They could be further ahead as Castillejo hit the post, before Calabria had a goal ruled out for offside. However, the visitors did hand Torino a great opportunity late on, but Bremer was brilliantly denied by Donnarumma.
45' There will be a minimum of two minutes added time played at the end of the first half.
D. Baselli
Yellow Card
44' Baselli is booked after he deliberately drags Diaz down to stop him from breaking forward on the counter.
43' The last few minutes of the game have been a little scrappy, with both teams battling for possession, but it looks like Milan will go into the break with a 2-0 lead.
I. Bennacer
Yellow Card
41' Bennacer is the first player to be booked after his challenge on Linetty as Torino looked to break forward.
40' There isn’t long left to play before the end of the first half, can Torino pull one back before the half-time whistle? Or, will Milan extend their lead further?
38' CHANCE! Milan hand Torino a chance to pull one back, after they try and play it out from the back, but Calhanoglu missplaces his pass and sends it straight to Zaza in the penalty area. Bremer picks it up and fires a shot at goal, but Donnarumma makes an excellent save, before the rebound is fired high over the crossbar.
36' GOAL RULED OUT! Calabria thought he had made it 3-0, but his goal has been ruled out for offside! The right-back raced forward on the overlap and snuck in behind the Torino defence, with Rebic sliding it through to him and the defender then coolly finished, sliding it into the bottom left corner of the net. However, the flag goes up.
35' Not too far away! Bonazzoli is completely unmarked in the box as a cross comes in from the left and he powers a header towards the near post, but it flies just wide. It wouldn't have counted anyway, as the striker had just strayed into an offside position.
33' Another stoppage in play now, after a clash of heads between Bennacer and Mandragora in midfield. However, both players will be fine to continue.
32' We’re past the half an hour mark now and it is Milan who lead 2-0, thanks to an excellent strike from Hernandez, before Kessie converted from the penalty spot seven minutes later.
30' Decent effort! Milan fail to deal with a cross into the box from the left wing and it falls to Bonazzoli on the edge of the box, who volleys an effort towards goal, but he gets too much on it and his strike flies over the bar.
28' Milan have won 14 away matches in Serie A this season: in the history of the competition, only Inter have won more in a single Serie A campaign (15 in 2006/07).
F. Kessié
Penalty Goal
26' GOOOAAALLL! Kessie makes no mistakes from the penalty spot and makes it 2-0! Milan are in control now. Castillejo was brought down by Lyanco in the penalty area and the referee showed no hesitation in pointing to the spot. Kessie stepped up and coolly sent the keeper the wrong way, slotting it into the top right corner of the net.
25' Castillejo is receiving some medical treatment following the challenge that led to the Milan penalty, but he should be fine to continue.
24' MILAN PENALTY! Castillejo is played through on goal by Rebic and just as he is about to shoot, Lyanco dives in and makes a late challenge, bringing the Milan winger down. The referee immediately points to the spot and Milan now have an excellent chance to double their lead from the spot.
22' Torino need to re-group now, they could be 2-0 down and Milan are pressing forward in numbers searching for another goal, so the hosts have to be careful and keep them at bay.
20' CHANCE! Milan should be 2-0 up! Hernandez whips a lovely cross into the box from the left that is met by the head of Kessie in the box and the midfielder powers a header towards goal, but Sirigu is equal to it and tips it out wide. However, the rebound is picked up by Castillejo and his effort strikes the post from a tight angle! So close to a second goal.
Brahim Díaz
19' Diaz does brilliantly to skip past a couple of Torino defenders, drawing them in and then quickly laying it out to Hernandez, who had the time and space to pick his spot and fire Milan ahead.
T. Hernández
19' GOOOAAALLL! What a strike from Hernandez to fire Milan ahead, it’s 1-0! Diaz cuts in from the right and sprints across the Torino defence, before laying it out to Hernandez, who powers a left-footed shot straight into the top right corner of the net from the edge of the box. Superb strike.
18' Milan are starting to probe forward a little bit more, but they just seem to be missing something in the Torino half, to add a spark to the attack.
16' Neither keeper is yet to be called into action, with hardly any activity in the final third for both teams. We need someone to inject some pace into the game.
14' Stoppage in play here as Kjaer is down with an iniury, after a collision with Zaza around the halfway line and the Milan centre-back appears to be in a bit of pain. The medical staff are on the pitch giving him some treatment.
12' Zaza wins the ball back in midfield and Torino race forward on the counter-attack, the striker then receives the ball back and unleashes an effort at goal from just inside the penalty area. However, he gets it all wrong and it flies high over the crossbar.
10' Milan have won each of their last two league games against Torino without conceding a goal: the last time they enjoyed three consecutive Serie A wins against the Granata without conceding was back in 1979.
8' It looks like Torino are going to try and catch the visitors out on the counter, as they are currently having to sit deep and soak up the pressure, but are trying to push forward quickly when they can.
6' Calhanoglu skips past a couple of Torino defenders and then seems to collide with Bremer and falls to the floor, half-heartedly appealing for a penalty. However, the referee isn't interested and only awards Milan a corner.
5' Only four players who started Torino's 1-1 draw with Verona at the weekend are in the starting line-up today, so there is plenty of change in all areas of the pitch for the hosts.
3' Both teams are just trying to settle into the game at the moment, Milan are just starting to keep the ball nicely in midfield, but Torino are pressing high to win it back.
1' We're under way!
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Meanwhile Milan have made just two changes to their starting XI, with Saelemaekers and Ibrahimovic missing out and they have been replaced by Castillejo and Rebic.
The hosts have made seven changes to their starting line-up, with Lyanco, Singo, Baselli, Linetty, Rodriguez, Zaza and Bonazzoli all coming into the side and they have replaced N’Koulou, Ansaldi, Vojvoda, Rincon, Verdi, Belotti and Sanabria.
MILAN SUBS: Alessio Romagnoli, Mario Mandzukic, Rade Krunic, Pierre Kalulu Kyatengwa, Antonio Donnarumma, Jens Hauge, Soualiho Meite, Matteo Gabbia, Ciprian Tatarusanu, Daniel Maldini, Diogo Dalet, Rafael Leao.
MILAN (4-2-3-1): Gianluigi Donnarumma; Davide Calabria, Simon Kjaer, Fikayo Tomori, Theo Hernandez; Ismael Bennacer, Franck Kessie; Samu Castillejo, Brahim Diaz, Hakan Calhanoglu; Ante Rebic.
TORINO SUBS: Simone Verdi, Sasa Lukic, Antonio Sanabria, Samir Ujkani, Mergim Vojvoda, Andrea Belotti, Razvan Sava, Tomas Rincon, Cristian Ansaldi.
TORINO (3-5-2): Salvatore Sirigu; Lyanco, Bremer, Alessandro Buongiorno; Wilfried Stephane Singo, Daniele Baselli, Rolando Mandragora, Karol Linetty, Ricardo Rodriguez; Federico Bonazzoli, Simone Zaza.
A win over Parma and a draw with Verona in their last two games has seen Torino move up to 15th in the Serie A table, four points above Benevento in the final relegation spot. However, they do still have to play two of the other teams battling to stay up in the final run-in, so any points today would be vital.
Milan are in a battle for a Champions League spot, but they are currently fourth, three points ahead of Juventus in fifth after they beat them 3-0 at the weekend, so they are in prime position and could move up to second with a win today.
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