AC Milan protects its title and a crazy win reinforces the position of Saint-Germain | sport


Milan secured the exit from the thirty-first stage of the Italian Football League, which is in the rankings, after its hard victory at home to Genoa 2-1 on Sunday, with the hope that the upcoming confrontation between their chasers Juventus, defending champion and Atalanta will end in a draw.
Milan raised its tally to 66 points in second place, 8 points behind leaders Inter.
Milan scored the goal through Ante Repic (13), and Genoa drew with Mattia Destro (37), and Gianluca Skamaka, the Genoa striker, gave Milan the lead by mistake against his team (68).
And “Rossoneri” entered Sunday’s meeting against a team that has only tasted victory once in its past nine matches. It is in second place, just one point ahead of Juventus, the third and two points behind Atalanta, the last fourth-placed qualified for the Champions League next season.
Pending the upcoming confrontation between Juventus and Atalanta at the latter’s stadium, Milan are four points behind the defending champion and five from the representative of Bergamo, while they are seven points ahead of Napoli V, who ends the stage in the evening by meeting their guest, Inter Milan, the leaders, who became the difference between him and his arch-neighbor by eight points. Temporarily.
With Inter flying and moving steadily towards the first title since 2010, Milan’s ambition was logically limited to trying to return to the Champions League for the first time since the 2013-2014 season after it was until the Christmas and New Year holidays in the lead.
In France, Argentine substitute Mauro Icardi put his defending champions Paris Saint-Germain a point away from leaders Lille, after scoring the deadly goal against Saint-Etienne 3-2 in a crazy match over “Parc des Princes” in the 33rd stage.
Denis Bwanga and Roman Hamuma scored for the guests (78 and 92), while Kylian Mbappe scored a double for Saint-Germain (79 and 87) and Mauro Icardi (95).
It seemed that the two teams were on their way to a goalless draw in the absence of real opportunities, but things turned upside down as the match approached its last ten minutes, which saw the scoring of the five goals, the last of which was for ICardi in the sixth minute of stoppage time after Roman Hamuma equalized the guests in the second minute of the match. In stoppage time when his team were 1–2 behind after a Kylian Mbappe double.
And by a tie on Friday night at the opening stage against its guest Montpellier, Saint-Germain reduced the difference that separates it from it to a point after they were equal before the Parisian team fell in front of a competition at home 0 -1 in the previous stage.
Source: AFP


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