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M. Musacchio
Yellow Card
76'
A. Belotti
Goal
2 - 1
72'
A. Belotti
T. Rincón
1 - 1
72'
Pepe Reina
Red Card
18'
K. Piątek
Penalty Goal
0 - 1

Match Stats

Possession
45% 54%
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11
Shots Off Target
Shots On Target 4 4
Total Passes 354 429
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Pos Team P W D L F A +/- PTS Form
1 Juventus JUV Juventus 38 26 5 7 76 43 +33 83 L L W L W
2 Internazionale INT Internazionale 38 24 10 4 81 36 +45 82 W W W D D
3 Atalanta ATA Atalanta 38 23 9 6 98 48 +50 78 L W D W D
4 Lazio LAZ Lazio 38 24 6 8 79 42 +37 78 L W W W L
5 Roma ROM Roma 38 21 7 10 77 51 +26 70 W W W W D
6 Milan MIL Milan 38 19 9 10 63 46 +17 66 W W D W W
7 Napoli NAP Napoli 38 18 8 12 61 50 +11 62 W L W L W
8 Sassuolo SAS Sassuolo 38 14 9 15 69 63 +6 51 L W L L D
9 Hellas Verona VER Hellas Verona 38 12 13 13 47 51 -4 49 L W L D D
10 Fiorentina FIO Fiorentina 38 12 13 13 51 48 +3 49 W W L D W
11 Parma PAR Parma 38 14 7 17 56 57 -1 49 W L W W L
12 Bologna BOL Bologna 38 12 11 15 52 65 -13 47 D L W L L
13 Udinese UDI Udinese 38 12 9 17 37 51 -14 45 W L W W L
14 Cagliari CAG Cagliari 38 11 12 15 52 56 -4 45 L W L L D
15 Sampdoria SAM Sampdoria 38 12 6 20 48 65 -17 42 D L L L W
16 Torino TOR Torino 38 11 7 20 46 68 -22 40 D L D D L
17 Genoa GEN Genoa 38 10 9 19 47 73 -26 39 W L L W W
18 Lecce LEC Lecce 38 9 8 21 52 85 -33 35 L W L W L
19 Brescia BRE Brescia 38 6 7 25 35 79 -44 25 D L L L W
20 SPAL SPA SPAL 38 5 5 28 27 77 -50 20 L L D L L

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Commentary

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Milan's disappointing start to the campaign continues. Next up for them is a home match against Fiorentina on Sunday, while Torino - who had lost back-to-back matches ahead of today's game - travel to Parma in four days' time.
Torino move into sixth place in Serie A with a 2-1 comeback win over AC Milan. Piatek put the visitors in front from the penalty spot 18 minutes in after De Silvestri nudged Leao in the back. Sirigu made a good save to keep his side in the match and Piatek missed a couple of decent opportunities either side of half-time. Those misses would prove costly as Belotti levelled things up 72 minutes in with a powerful shot that caught out Donnarumma, and four minutes later the Torino striker doubled his personal tally with a close-range finish after Zaza's shot was parried. Piatek nearly rescued a point at the death but Sirigu was equal to his header.
90' + 6' FULL-TIME: TORINO 2-1 AC MILAN
90' + 5' CHANCES AT BOTH ENDS! Zaza has just Donnarumma to beat but slips when attempting to round the Milan keeper. Up the other end, and with only seconds remaining, Piatek's header from point-blank range is saved by Sirigu.
90' + 4' Four of the five added-on minutes have been played. Torino are being penned in but they are now just 60 seconds away from what would be a huge win. Milan need to get the ball into the box.
90' + 3' HUGE MISS! Kessie controls the ball at the back post, brings it inside and fires over the crossbar from five yards out. Luckily for him, the offside flag goes up.
90' + 2' Milan work the ball from right to left but there is no end product. The ball is sent in towards the front post but is again cut out. Torino are starting to hold on a little now.
90' Five minutes have been added on at the end of the match! The ball is cut out for a Milan corner, which is well defended at the back post.
M. Musacchio
Yellow Card
88' Musacchio is booked for a foul on Belotti. There are two minutes of normal time to go in Turin.
87' Bonaventura tries to get away from Baselli and is held back by his opponent. Milan take the free-kick quick in an attempt to get some momentum going but the attack comes to little.
86' Donnarumma looks a little worried for a moment but the ball drops just wide of his post. Torino are looking the more likely side to score the fourth goal of the match.
85' Belotti, on a hat-trick, charges in behind down the right but cannot quite pick out Zaza with his return pass. The offside flag went up, anyway.
84' A nearly moment for Zaza, who is unable to get past Musacchio after being picked out by Belotti.
K. Djidji
O. Aina
83' Another change for Torino now as Djidji takes over from Aina.
82' Milan are struggling to get at their opponents. They were on top for large parts of the match at 1-0 but did not really go for the kill and have been made to pay.
O. Aina
Yellow Card
81' Aina is the latest player to be cautioned for what the referee adjudged to be time-wasting.
80' Torino are not sitting back on their one-goal lead - and why would they, given Milan have pretty much fallen apart. Belotti's quickfire double has turned this game on its head.
A. Rebić
I. Bennacer
78' Rebic is brought on for Bennacer as Milan chase a goal. Talk about a quick turnaround in fortunes!
G. Donnarumma
Yellow Card
77' Milan keeper Donnarumma is booked for something he said to the referee.
A. Belotti
Goal
76' GOOOOAAALLL!!! TORINO 2-1 AC MILAN! Torino lead!!! The match has been turned on its head in the space of a few short minutes. Belotti slips in Zaza, who is denied by Donnarumma from close range. Belotti gets on the end of the loose ball, converting into an empty net at the second time of asking with an unorthodox finish.
74' Piatek is guilty of trying to do it all himself as he charges through but fails to find the target with his effort. Milan feel hard done by after that Belotti goal was allowed to stand.
A. Romagnoli
Yellow Card
72' Romagnoli is also cautioned for his protests.
Pepe Reina
Red Card
72' Milan's substitute keeper Reina is sent off, seemingly for dissent. The visitors believe there was a foul in the build-up but the goal will stand.
T. Rincón
Assist
72' Rincon played the ball to Belotti and the striker did the rest by blasting the ball past Donnarumma.
A. Belotti
Goal
72' GOOOOAAALLL!!! TORINO 1-1 AC MILAN! Torino are on level terms through a Belotti strike. The striker cuts inside from the left and catches out Donnarumma with his powerful drive. The Milan keeper should be doing a lot better.
71' Musacchio reads the danger to head clear a left-sided cross into the box. This is a good spell of pressure for the hosts, only ended by yet another overhit pass from deep.
70' AC Milan have won three of their last four away Serie A matches (L1) - as many wins as in their previous 11 games on the road (D5 L3).
69' Donnarumma watches an overhit pass out of play, taking some sting out of the match. Torino have had their moments but have not really offered enough to warrant a point.
67' Bonaventura, only on the field for a minute or so, fires over from outside the box - he can be excused for feeling a little rusty.
Álex Berenguer
S. Verdi
66' Berenguer takes over from Verdi for the final 25 minutes or so.
G. Bonaventura
Rafael Leão
65' Leao, heavily involved today, is replaced by Bonaventura in Milan's first change.
65' Leao plays in Theo on the overlap and the full-back takes the wrong option by blasting the ball into the side-netting.
64' Theo is back on the pitch after some quick treatment. Bonaventura has been waiting to come on for a few minutes now.
T. Hernández
Yellow Card
63' Theo is off balance and takes out Izzo when attempting to win the ball. The Milan full-back is shown a yellow card and looks to have picked up an injury in making that challenge. 
62' Substitute Ansaldi's cross is just out of Zaza's reach but the attack stays alive. It is pretty chaotic inside the box and Donnarumma manages to pounce on the ball. All Torino have to show for their best attack of the match is a corner, which comes to nothing.
60' Baselli with a wild shot into the stands, much to the frustration of the Torino supporters. Giampaolo looks as though he is ready to make his first change of the contest.
59' Torino have indeed gone to a back four following Lyanco's exit. Something had to change - Mazzarri will hope that tweak will swing the game in his side's favour.
C. Ansaldi
Lyanco
57' Lyanco, who was on a booking, is replaced by Ansaldi with just under an hour played. That could mean a change of formation.
57' Verdi leans back and sends his shot into the stands. The game has become very stretched and it has become a great watch for the neutral. This one does not look as though it will end 1-0.
55' MASSIVE CHANCE! Romagnoli lays the ball on a plate for Piatek to convert 12 yards from goal, but the Milan striker instead drills it inches wide. He had to score from that position, having been left in space.
54' Leao makes a good run down the middle but he is well tracked and is unable to get on the end of Bennacer's pass. Up the other end, Belotti is very nearly picked out by a cross. The game has become very stretched all of a sudden.
53' Leao lifts the ball into the middle and Calhanoglu nods over from a difficult angle.
52' SAVE! Donnarumma finally has a save to make - and he does not look all that assured. Aina gets away from Calabria with ease and gets some real venom behind his shot, which Donnarumma can only parry behind.
51' At an average age of 23 years and 224 days, this is the second youngest starting XI for AC Milan in Serie A since 1994-95, after the one in Crotone v Milan in August 2017 (23 years and 159 days),
50' The ball is sloppily given away and Piatek is in behind down the right. He has time to pick out a team-mate but the pass to Calhanoglu is cut out.
48' Piatek gives chase to a hopeful pass in behind but Lyanco is first to it. Torino get forward up the other end but a terrible pass from Zaza, with Belotti alongside him, brings the attack to an end.
46' RESTART! Torino, who failed to register a first-half shot on target for the third game running, get us back up and running!
That late chance for Belotti aside, Torino have been pretty poor so far and Mazzarri must surely be tempted to make a change at the interval. As for Milan, they have already won two matches by a 1-0 scoreline this term and will no doubt be looking to keep things tight in the second half. Borini and Rebic are among their attacking options should Giampaolo wish to freshen things up.
Milan lead Torino 1-0 at half-time thanks to Piatek's penalty 18 minutes in, awarded after De Silvestri nudged Leao in the back. Sirigu produced a great stop to keep out Leao and Piatek headed inches wide as the visitors closed in on a second, yet for all their good work it could easily have been 1-1 at the interval. Donnarumma raced off his line late in the half and failed to get to it, giving Belotti a free shot at an unguarded net which he failed to make the most of.
45' + 3' HALF-TIME: TORINO 0-1 AC MILAN
45' + 3' BELOTTI HAS TO SCORE! Donnarumma has had a pretty mixed half to say the least. He once again charges well off his line, fails to get the ball and Belotti has an unguarded net to aim for, but he lobs it over the crossbar.
45' + 3' Leao controls the ball and plays in Piatek, who still has plenty of work to do. Rather than attempt to take on his man, he has a go from range and is off target.
45' + 2' Zaza attacks a deep cross but Donnarumma gets a first to it first. That was commanding goalkeeping from the Milan stopper.
45' + 1' Three minutes have been added on at the end of the first half in Turin.
45' It is hard to work out exactly what Torino's gameplan is - another attack fizzles out as a cross towards the back post is overhit. Milan look good value to take a one-goal lead into half-time.
43' NEARLY! Suso swings in a corner towards the penalty spot and Piatek climbs highest. He tries to steer it into the bottom-right corner and is only inches wide.
41' De Silvestri's cross is charged down inside the box. There are shouts for a penalty but the referee is having none of it. Milan's counter then comes to little.
40' Aina does well to get a cross in from the left. Donnarumma comes a long way off his line and fails to grab the ball, but play is stopped as Zaza barged into him and the keeper remains down.
38' POOR! Suso is given a chance to get a shot away from range but he fires well over the target. 
37' Theo is penalised for a foul throw - a rarity in the professional game. The tempo has dropped quite a bit, which will suit Milan as their opponents had been growing into the match.
35' Piatek's penalty remains the difference between the sides as we edge ever closer to half-time. Milan have been the better side but there has been little between the sides over the last five or 10 minutes. Kessie fizzes a cross across the face of goal but nobody is there to meet it.
A. Belotti
Yellow Card
33' The home fans are furious. Less than a minute after Bennacer escaped punishment for seemingly fouling Belotti, the Torino striker is cautioned for a challenge on Musacchio.
33' Torino have definitely improved over the last five minutes or so but they have yet to test Donnarumma. Belotti goes down under slight contact from Bennacer - who has already been booked, remember - but the referee waves play on.
S. Zaza
Yellow Card
31' Zaza loses control of the ball five yards outside his own box and, out of pure frustration, hacks at the legs of Calhanoglu. The referee reaches into his pocket for the third time today.
29' Zaza nods on a long throw and Donnarumma, who has had little to do, collects. Milan hit their opponents on the counter but Leao is dispossessed just outside the box.
27' Torino win a free-kick high up the pitch and have a rare chance to get the ball into the opposition box, but Milan centre-back Romagnoli gets his head to it first.
26' Leao blasts the ball high over the bar from 15 yards after a cross into the box was knocked down by a mixture of Musacchio and Izzo.
25' The angle is tight for Piatek but he wins a corner for his efforts. Home boss Mazzarri is surely tempted to change tactics because his side are being outclassed.
24' ANOTHER SAVE FROM SIRIGU! Milan are truly dominating this match now. Calhanoglu fires in a shot from range and Sirigu is equal to it, this time down low. A second goal seems to be coming.
23' WHAT A SAVE! Leao does very well to generate plenty of power on his looping header and Sirigu does equally as well to react to the attempt on target. The Torino keeper pushes the ball over the crossbar to keep the scoreline at 1-0.
21' SHOT! Milan have been boosted by that Piatek penalty. A positive move culminates in Kessie firing the ball into the side-netting, with Sirigu diving across to his left.
I. Bennacer
Yellow Card
21' Bennacer clatters into Zaza and becomes the second player to be shown a yellow card.
20' That could be a vital goal in this contest because both of Milan's wins this season have come via a 1-0 scoreline. Torino have yet to offer anything to suggest they will score.
K. Piątek
Penalty Goal
18' GOOOOAAALLL!!! TORINO 0-1 AC MILAN! As confident as you like from Piatek, who fires the penalty into the bottom-left corner to put Milan in front.
17' PENALTY FOR MILAN! An early cross is played in from the right and De Silvestri nudges Leao in the back to prevent his opponent from getting on the end of the ball. It seems like a harsh call on the face of it but Milan have a penalty.
15' The visitors have had nearly 58 per cent of the ball - it seems like more - but we await the first shot from open play. Zaza flicks the ball into the path of Verdi, who is unable to bring it under control. Calabria's cross-field ball then goes out of play in this disjointed contest.
13' De Silvestri heads the ball towards the penalty spot but neither Zaza nor Belotti are anywhere near it. Thirteen minutes into the match and that is the first time Torino have really got the ball forward. This has not been a classic.
11' Milan are continuing to see plenty of the ball in the final third, without really troubling their opponents. Each cross into the middle is being dealt with - a change of ploy is needed.
9' Calhanoglu takes the free-kick from 25 yards and flashes it wide of the post. Not a bad attempt, that, but Sirigu would have had it covered.
Lyanco
Yellow Card
8' Lyanco is the first player to enter the referee's book following a shove on Piatek, who argues he would have been clean through on goal without the contact.
7' We are still awaiting our first chance, and indeed first shot, of the contest in Turin. Calabria gets in behind down the right but is unable to pick out a team-mate with his cross.
5' No side has scored fewer goals than AC Milan in Serie A this season (two). The last time they had scored so few goals after the first four games in a Serie A season was back in 1986-87.
3' Bennacer gives the ball straight to an opponent but Milan win back possession, only for Piatek to then fluff his lines. The visitors are on top but need to settle down a little.
2' Leao swings a cross in from the left and Piatek is unable to get on the end of it. He was seemingly knocked off his stride but there was not enough contact to warrant a penalty.
1' KICK-OFF! We are under way in the 10th and final midweek fixture in Serie A!
The two teams are now out on the field at the Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino and we are moments away from kick-off. 
Torino are on a run of five matches without defeat against Milan (W1 D4). The last time they went six consecutive matches unbeaten in this Serie A fixture came back in 1978.
As for Milan, Theo comes in for his first start at left-back in place of Rodriguez, while Calabria returns from suspension to replace Conti on the other flank. There is also a change in central midfield, where Bennacer - coming off the back of a shortened pre-season campaign - is preferred to Biglia.
Former Milan attacking midfielder Verdi is named in Torino's starting line-up for the first time since joining on loan from Napoli in their only change from the 1-0 defeat to Sampdoria four days ago, with Meite dropping down to the bench. That could mean a slight tweak in formation as Verdi is expected to play off Zaza and captain Belotti.
AC Milan subs: Lucas Biglia, Fabio Borini, Leo Duarte, Ante Rebic, Pepe Reina, Antonio Donnarumma, Matteo Gabbia, Andrea Conti, Rade Krunic, Samu Castillejo, Giacomo Bonaventura, Ricardo Rodriguez.
AC MILAN (4-3-1-2): Gianluigi Donnarumma; Davide Calabria, Mateo Musacchio, Alessio Romagnoli (c), Theo Hernandez; Franck Kessie, Ismael Bennacer, Hakan Calhanoglu; Suso; Krzysztof Piatek, Rafael Leao.
Torino subs: Koffi Djidji, Cristian Ansaldi, Alex Berenguer, Nicolas Nkoulou, Samir Ujkani, Kevin Bonifazi, Soualiho Meite, Iago Falque, Diego Laxalt, Antonio Rosati, Simone Edera, Vincenzo Millico.
TORINO (3-4-1-2): Salvatore Sirigu; Armando Izzo, Lyanco, Bremer; Lorenzo De Silvestri, Daniele Baselli, Tomas Rincon, Ola Aina; Simone Verdi; Andrea Belotti (c), Simone Zaza.
Torino have hardly made a flying start themselves and are equal on six points with Milan after four matches. They defeated Sassuolo and Atalanta 2-1 and 3-2 respectively in their first two games, only to then lose 2-1 at home to Lecce and 1-0 at Sampdoria last Sunday. Having also been knocked out of the Europa League at the play-off stage by Wolves last month, Walter Mazzarri will be hoping for better things in the coming weeks.
Milan have made a slow start to the season under Marco Giampaolo and questions are already being asked of the former Sampdoria coach, who was only brought in a few months ago. Giampaolo's side failed to register a single shot on target in a 1-0 loss at Udinese on the opening weekend and, while they did follow that up with successive 1-0 wins against Brescia and Hellas Verona, they were pretty poor in both games. Then came last weekend's 2-0 loss to bitter rivals Inter, which has put the pressure on for this trip to Turin.
Hello and welcome to our live coverage of the Serie A meeting between Torino and AC Milan at the Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino.