Udinese dented AC Milan's Champions League hopes at the Dacia Arena on Saturday evening in Serie A with a 3-1 win. Zlatan Ibrahimovic made his first start for the away side in over a year, and he was at the heart of first-half controversy.
Ad Roberto Pereyra opened the scoring early after slack Milan defending, but minutes before the end of the half Jaka Bijol was harshly penalised for a handball to concede a penalty.
Serie AMilan held at home by Salernitana as stuttering form continues13/03/2023 AT 19:02 Ibrahimovic missed at first but it was ordered to be retaken, prompting Udinese’s manager Andre Sottil to be sent off for his protests before the veteran Swede levelled with his second attempt.
That looked set to send the sides in level at the break, only for Beto to prod home to restore Udinese’s lead. Milan trail second-placed Inter Milan by two points going into the match, and third-placed Lazio by one.Read more on eurosport.com