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Zlatan made history, but it wasn’t enough for heartbreaking Milan!


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A fantastic one Udinese shock her Milan and prevailed 3-1! Zlatan Ibrahimovic became the oldest goalscorer in Serie A history, but it wasn’t enough for the disheartening Rossoneri who are in danger of dropping out of the top four.

THE Pereira just in the 9th minute he opened the scoring for Udinese, with Zlatan in the 45+3′ to make it 1-1 after… an episodic way. First the home keeper made a save and then VAR asked the referee for a replay as an Udinese player stepped on the line. So the Swede, with a fantastic penalty kick, leveled the match.

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At 45+5′, however, the smile of everyone in Milan froze, as o Concrete made it 2-1, sending the hosts into the locker room with the lead. THE Ezibuwe in the 70′ he put the icing on the cake and wrote the final 3-1!

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Somehow, Udinese rose to the 8th place and has 38 points which Juventus and Milan have 4th place with 48 points.

The 27th matchday:

Friday (17/03)

Sassuolo-Spezia 1-0

(71′ Berardi)

Atalanta-Emboli 2-1

(58′ De Ron, 86′ Hoylud – 44′ Ebouehi)

Saturday (18/03)

Monza-Cremonese 1-1

(69′ Carlos Augusto – 61′ Ciofani)

Salernitana-Bologna 2-2

(7′ Pirola, 64′ Dia – 11′ Ferguson, 73′ Lykogiannis)

Udinese-Milan 3-1

(9′ Pereira, 45+5′ Beto, 70′ Eiziboue – 45+3′ Ibrahimovic)

Sunday (19/03)

Sampdoria-Verona (13:30)

Torino-Napoli (16:00)

Fiorentina-Lecce (16:00)

Lazio-Roma (19:00)

Inter-Juventus (21:45)

The next (28th) matchday:

Saturday (01/04)

Cremonese-Atalanta (16:00)

Inter-Fiorentina (19:00)

Juventus-Verona (21:45)

Sunday (02/04)

Bologna-Udinese (13:30)

Monza-Lazio (16:00)

Spezia-Salernitana (16:00)

Roma-Sampdoria (19:00)

Napoli-Milan (21:45)

Monday (03/04)

Empoli-Lecce (19:30)

Sassuolo-Torino (21:45)

Source: Sport Fm

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