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Key Events

90' + 3'
L. De Silvestri
Yellow 2nd/RC
88'
M. Locatelli
Yellow Card
85'
A. Acquah
J. Obi
79'
P. Cutrone
Yellow Card
78'
André Silva
Suso
74'
P. Cutrone
N. Kalinić
71'
D. Baselli
Yellow Card
70'
A. Ljajić
Assist
70'
L. De Silvestri
Goal
67'
M. Locatelli
L. Biglia
64'
S. Edera
Iago Falqué
57'
J. Obi
T. Rincón
45'
G. Bonaventura
Yellow Card
42'
T. Rincón
Yellow Card
25'
L. De Silvestri
Yellow Card
9'
L. Biglia
Assist
9'
G. Bonaventura
Goal
3'
A. Belotti
Penalty Miss
3
1
3
3

Stats

Possession
% %
5
3
Shots Off Target
Shots On Target 4 4
Total Passes 432 491

Commentary

That is all for tonight folks, thanks for joining us. Goodbye!
Gattuso has certainly made Milan a more organsied outfit since his arrival but their lack of an elite striker is letting them down. Both teams have plenty of potential and will be hoping to end the campaign on a high.
Not the result either side wanted but the points are shared in Turin. Torino will feel they should have won after Belotti's missed penalty but the teams continued to cancel each out.
FULL-TIME Torino 1-1 Milan.
90' + 6' CHANCE - The home fans fall silent as Abate lets fly from the edge of the box. The right-back aims for the bottom corner but he misses the target by inches. That was the last action surely??
90' + 5' Tense finish now for Torino as they are a man light with just two minutes remaining. No doubt they will shut up shop to try and hold onto the draw.
L. De Silvestri
Yellow 2nd/RC
Torino
90' + 3' RED CARD - Goalscorer De Silvestri is shown his second yellow of the night after flying in on Rodriguez. 
90' + 2' Kessie wrestles his way into the Milan box and looks to have found Cutrone but his pass goes straight into the hands of Sirigu.
90' It's a huge surprise but there is six minutes of stoppage time!!!
89' WHAT A SAVE!!!! Ljajic thinks he's won his side the game with a low shot but Donnarumma produces a stunning save from close range to concede a corner.
M. Locatelli
Yellow Card
Milan
88' Locatelli is now in the book as he tried to slow the play down with a poor tackle.
87' CHANCE - Cutrone is denied by a fine save from Sirigu after he tried his luck from the edge of the box.
A. Acquah
J. Obi
Torino
85' Despite coming on in the second-half, Obi is now back on the bench and looks to have picked up an injury. On comes Acquah for the final few minutes.
83' Cutrone does well to stay onside but Bonaventura's pass is well behind him and Sirigu is on hand to sweep up the danger.
81' Still 1-1 in Turin and both teams are pushing for the winner, Milan need the three points to move themselves closer to Europa League qualification.
P. Cutrone
Yellow Card
Milan
79' Cutrone is the latest man into the book and he has yet to make a difference with the ball at his feet.
André Silva
Suso
Milan
78' Suso has struggled throughout tonight's game and he is now replaced by Silva.
77' The home fans rise to their feet as Edera brings down a cross inside the box but the referee claims he slapped the ball into his path and gives Milan a free-kick.
75' The fans in Turin could be set for an exciting last 15 minutes and there is a feel about this game that we may get another goal.
P. Cutrone
N. Kalinić
Milan
74' While Kalinic has been busy he has failed to pose a serious threat so Cutrone will try to change that as he comes on.
D. Baselli
Yellow Card
Torino
71' Baselli will have to watch himself now after giving away a free-kick in the middle of midfield.
A. Ljajić
Assist
Torino
70' Some of Ljajic's deliveries have come close to a team-mate and he finally gets his just reward.
L. De Silvestri
Goal
Torino
70' GOAAALLLLL De Silvestri sends the fans wild!!!! The midfielder loses his marker at the near post and he smashes home a header and Donnarumma has no chance.
70' CHANCE - Belotti is denied by Donnarumma and then the Milan defence but he does enough to win a corner.
68' Torino win another corner and fail to create a chance and that has been the story of their night so far. They have got themselves into good positions but Belotti has had very few chances to test Donnarumma since his penalty miss.
M. Locatelli
L. Biglia
Milan
67' Gattuso is taking no chance with Biglia and he sends on Locatelli.
67' Biglia is back out there and trying to battle on but Gattuso is ready to send on a sub.
65' Worrying signs for Milan as Biglia asks for treatment before limping to the sidelines...
S. Edera
Iago Falqué
Torino
64' Falque has failed to have an impact tonight so Edera comes on for Torino.
63' CHANCE - A poor clearance from Zapata falls to Ansaldi but the winger blasts his shot into the stands from the edge of the box. He will be disappointed but that is a real warning sign for Gattuso's troops.
60' Milan go to sleep in midfield and that allows the home side to burst forward but they are left frustrated after Belotti breaks free and smashes a shot into the Milan defence.
J. Obi
T. Rincón
Torino
57' Rincon has endured a frustrating night tonight so Mazzarri sends on Obi.
55' Milan bring the ball forward through Borini but his pass for Kalinic is too powerful and Sirigu can gather with ease.
51' Both Mazzarri and Gattuso have sent their subs out early and we could be set for some changes in the coming minutes.
48' Torino could do with producing a fast start in the second-half as Milan have shown they are good at protecting leads on occasions this season.
46' We're back underway in Turin as Milan look to defend their 1-0 lead.
At the other end, Bonaventura showed some real quality to open the scoring, while Kalinic should have done better with his header. Neither side have done enough to control the game and that should be improved in the second 45 minutes.
Torino go into the break a goal down and Belotti will no doubt feel guilty after missing his penalty inside the first four minutes. He tried to put too much power on his shot and paid the price.
HALF-TIME - Torino 0-1 Milan.
G. Bonaventura
Yellow Card
Milan
45' Bonaventura is now in the book himself after a sloppy challenge in the middle of midfield.
43' Torino win another corner but Donnarumma is on hand to punch the ball clear.
T. Rincón
Yellow Card
Torino
42' Rincon is the next man into the book after smashing into the back of Bonaventura.
39' CHANCE - A fantastic cross from the right wing finds Kalinic but he is off balance as he heads towards goal and wide of the target.
38' Kalinic is quick to clap a through ball from Bonaventura even though he cannot get onto the end of it before Sirigu dives into his way. That was inches away from being a superb pass.
37' Milan's strike in the ninth minute was their seventh this season inside the first 10 minutes of a league match. Just shows how quick they can be out of the blocks.
33' CHANCE - Mazzarri's side create a chance from the corner but it is blazed over the bar and Donnarumma looks a relieved man at the minute.
32' CHANCE - Torino swing in a cross from the right wing and Belotti climbs above Bonucci and Zapata to head towards goal but Donnarumma tips it over the bar.
28' Despite taking the lead, Milan have not had much joy themselves in possession. This game is being played at a frantic pace which is good for the neutrals but still somebody needs to get a hold of the ball and start to make things simple.
L. De Silvestri
Yellow Card
Torino
25' De Silvestri is the first player into the referee's book after catching Rodriguez near the touchline.
24' Ljajic has shown some classy touches on the right wing for Torino but the midfielders behind him are struggling to support with any real quality.
21' Both teams seem happy to attack at every opportunity although the qualify of the play in the final third needs to improve.
17' The former Juventus defender is back on his feet and ready to get on with the game. Which is good for Milan as there is a relentless pace about this contest.
16' Bonucci is down on the ground after a strong tackle from Ansaldi.
14' To their credit, Torino have responded well to going behind and are doing all they can to test Donnarumma in the Milan goal.
11' Break in play as Kalinic goes down after a strong challenge on the halfway line but he is OK to continue.
L. Biglia
Assist
Milan
9' Biglia claims the assist thanks to a simple pass on the edge of the Torino box.
G. Bonaventura
Goal
Milan
9' GOAAALLLL It's a beauty from Bonaventura as he tees himself up on the edge of the box before smashing a volley into the top corner.
8' Milan break forward and Sirigu is on hand to stop Kessie's shot and Milan are starting to come back into this one.
5' Milan get away with one there and need to regroup here before Torino find their rhythm. The crowd are well up for this and Gattuso's side were nearly caught cold there.
A. Belotti
Penalty Miss
Torino
3' IT IS MISSED!!!! Belotti stepped up and sent Donnarumma the wrong way but he smashed his shot onto the crossbar.
3' Torino winger Ansaldi made a teasing run towards the Milan box and Kessie tried to step round him before bringing him down.
2' PENALTY TORINO!!!!
1' We are underway in Turin.
The players are in the tunnel and we are nearly ready for kick off.
Three changes for Milan as Musacchio, Calabria and Calhanoglu drop out for Abate, Bonucci and Borini.
Mazzarri clearly believes the team that played Chievo can deliver tonight as he makes no changes to his starting XI.
Milan SUBS: Marco Storari, André Silva, Manuel Locatelli, José Mauri, Luca Antonelli, Patrick Cutrone, Mateo Musacchio, Antonio Donnarumma, Hakan Calhanoglu, Gustavo Gómez, Riccardo Montolivo, Davide Calabria.
Milan Starting XI (4-3-3): Gianluigi Donnarumma, Ignazio Abate, Leonardo Bonucci (c), Cristian Zapata, Ricardo Rodríguez, Franck Kessié, Lucas Biglia, Giacomo Bonaventura, Suso, Nikola Kalinic, Fabio Borini.
Torino SUBS: Alex Berenguer, Joel Obi, Cristian Molinaro, Mirko Valdifiori, M'Baye Niang, Domenico Coppola, Antonio Barreca, Simone Edera, Afriyie Acquah, Salvador Ichazo, Kevin Bonifaz.
Torino Starting XI (3-4-3): Salvatore Sirigu, Nicolas Nkoulou, Nicolas Burdisso, Emiliano Moretti, Lorenzo De Silvestri, Tomás Rincón, Daniele Baselli, Cristian Ansaldi, Iago Falque, Adem Ljajic, Andrea Belotti (c).
TEAM NEWS coming up...
Torino have yet to draw at home in 2018 after picking up five wins and being beat on two occasions. If previous meetings are anything to go by, then goals should be expected. Their last six Serie A meetings in Turin have seen both teams scoring each time.
Milan fair slightly better and come into the contest in sixth but they have just one win in their last five games in all competitions. However, last week's draw against Napoli was a big statement from Gennaro Gattuso's side.
Walter Mazzarri's men are 10th ahead of the game tonight after picking up 46 points so far. They have won three of their last five matches but come into the match on the back of a 0-0 draw with Chievo.
Torino will be looking to end their long wait for a win over Milan in the league. Their last Serie A win against AC Milan was in November 2001 – since then the Rossoneri have won 11 times, with nine draws.
Hello and welcome to tonight's live coverage of the Serie A clash between Torino and Milan from the Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino.
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