Milan strengthens its lead in the Italian league and tied its record sport

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Milan maintained its lead in the Italian Football League standings by defeating its guest Fiorentina 2-0 in the ninth round in the match at the “San Siro” stadium.
Milan fought the match without Swedish veteran Zlatan Ibrahimovic, top scorer in the Italian league, with 10 goals due to injury, and despite his absence, Milan managed to settle the match in his favor early in the first half through defender Alessio Romanioli and Ivorian midfielder Frank Casey from a penalty kick in the 17th and 27th minutes.
The match saw Milan equal its previous record by registering 29 consecutive Italian League matches, which it had previously achieved between 1972 and 1973.
Milan continued to maintain their unbeaten record in the Italian league since the resumption of last season’s competition last June.
With that result, Milan raised its score to 23 points at the top, 5 points behind runner-up Inter Milan and third-placed Sassuolo, while Fiorentina’s balance remained at 8 points in 16th place to continue its poor start for the current season, despite the use of its former coach Cesare Prandelli.
Source: Agencies






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