Milan’s goals came through Ante Rebic, Frank Casey and Raphael Leao, while Ricardo Galliolo scored Parma’s only goal.
The match saw Zlatan Ibrahimovic sent off for objecting to the match referee.
A win that kept Milan in second place with 63 points, reducing the lead with Inter, the leaders, to 8, temporarily, as they are preparing to face Cagliari.
He strengthened his position in the table, 4 points ahead of Juventus, who host Genoa tomorrow.
While the complex season of Parma continued, as it stood at 20 points in the penultimate position.
Milan have continued their good record at the Parma stadium, having not lost in the last 4 matches (1 draw, 3 won) and have not lost since 2013.
Milan started the meeting with Zlatan Ibrahimovic in the attack, with Hakan Chalhanoglu, Ante Ribtich and Alexis Sailemikers behind him.
Description of the match
8 Milan only needed 8 minutes to score the first goal through Croatian Ante Rebi, who received a pass from Ibrahimovic and hit a powerful ball in the left corner.
Ripic’s number 16 goal with Milan, all of which came in the second half of the season, out of 17 he scored in the Italian league.
In the 44th minute, Ivorian Frank Casey added the second goal of the Rossoneri with a ground shot to the right of the goalkeeper from Theo Hernandez pass.
Casey’s tenth goal in the first 30 games in the Italian league, to equal Kaká’s number in the 2008-09 season as the most Rossoneri midfielder to score 10 goals or more in the Italian league.
In the second half, Parma almost scored the goal of reducing the difference in the 55th minute of 3 consecutive attempts, but Gianluigi Donnarumma’s ingenuity prevented the first goal.
In the 60th minute, the referee applied the red card directly to Ibrahimovic, for objecting to his decision.
Ibrahimovic’s red card is the eighth in his career in the five major leagues and his first in the Italian league since his expulsion against Napoli in 2012.
Ricardo Galliolo reduced the score in favor of Parma in the 66th minute.
The fourth minute of time, instead of wasted, the Portuguese substitute duo, Diogo Dalot and Raphael Liao helped kill Parma’s dreams.
Dalot penetrated from the middle of Milan’s stadium towards the Parma goal and passed the ball to Liao, who quietly scored against Sebe, scoring his sixth goal.
A win for Milan No. 13 outside San Siro in the league this season and 3 games away for the equivalent of the season number 2004-05 and 1992-93.