AC Milan reached the Round of 16 in Europa league on away goals.
By _iamche_ | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 4 views
AC Milan played their second leg in the Uefa Europa League against Crvena Zvezda ad drew the match 1-1 in the end.
AC Milan played their latest fixture in the Europa league against Crvena Zvezda which were their second leg, and drew the match 1-1 at full-time. The first leg between the two clubs aslo ended in a 2-2 draw, which ended the score 3-3 on aggregate. Zlatan Ibrahimovic's AC Milan luckily won the two legged tie on away goals as they reached the Round of 16 in the Europa league. The second leg tie were very competitive as Crvena Zvezda equalised AC Milan's first half goal just minutes later.
AC Milan opened the scoring very early in the first half of the match, when Franck Kessie scored in the 9th minute from the penalty spot to lead the match 1-0. Crvena Zvezda scored in the 24th minute of the match when El Fardou Ben scored to level at 1-1. AC Milan drew the match 1-1 in the end as they progress to the Round of 16 in the Europa league.
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