Bologna - Milan (1 - 4 )

Bologna vs Milan (Divaio, 9' - Seedorf, 13', Kaka, 16', 43', Beckham, 60')
Sunday, 01/25/2009, At Renato Dall'Ara Stadium.

Wonderful game! Milan have paid back by beaten Bologna At Renato dell Ara stadium with victory 4-1. By turning around the result of the first match, which was won 2-1 by Bologna at San Siro (goals by Di Vaio in the 18th minute, equaliser by Ambrosini in the 41st minute, match winning goal scored by Valiani in the 77th minute).

Marco Di Vaio gave Bologna the lead over Milan, converting from the penalty spot after Paolo Maldini brought down Christian Amoroso. Amoroso ran into the area through the middle and is faced by Maldini and Senderos.

It did not look like a foul but referee Tagliavento decides for a penalty. Di Vaio made no mistake and confirms himself more and more as top scorer of Serie A with his 15th goal. Clarence Seedorf quickly brought Milan level, turning in a rebound after goalkeeper Francesco Antonioli had saved a shot from Kaka.

Kaka hit a shot from distance that Francesco Antonioli couldn't hold, allowing veteran Dutch midfielder Seedorf to prod home the rebound. Score 1-1 for both of the teams. And In the 17th minute Tagliavento used the same judgment as a few minutes earlier and gave another penalty, this time to the Rossoneri. The foul was by Bombardini on Zambrotta. Ricky Kaká took the spot kick: perfect execution, 2-1 for Milan.

In the 40th minute Pato, on a counterattack, was stopped irregularly by Mudingayi. Second yellow card for the Rossoblu's midfielder; and Bologna remained with ten men.

In the 43rd minute there was the real highlight of the match: a splendid exchange between Pato and Kaká and a great left footed shot from outside the area by the 2007 Ballon d'Or on which Antonioli could not do anything. 3-1 for Milan, and Ricky scored his 9th goal of the league season.
Bologna was not just loose the Quantities but they lost the qualities too.

David Beckham made his first goal in the 60th minute, Brazilian teenager Pato set up the goal with a surging run up the middle before passing the ball to Dutch midfielder Clarence Seedorf on his right. Seedorf, who had scored Milan's tying goal, immediately passed to a wide-open Beckham, who raced into the penalty area and unleashed a rising shot that beat Bologna goalkeeper Francesco Antonioli as it flashed just inside the right post. He was very happy with his first goal for Milan, "Scoring today was fantastic..", He said.

AC Milan's goal keeper, Christian Abbiati played as briliant, He saved his goal repeatedly by Bologna striker Attacking. Marco Di Vaio, the best of his team, continued to sting with two excellent chances in the 12th and 19th minutes which were neutralised by Abbiati.
Milan's victory over Bologna is special match for Carlo Ancelotti because It's the 400th match of the coach.

BOLOGNA: Antonioli; Zenoni, Terzi, Moras, Bombardini; Volpi, Mudingayi, Adailton; Valiani, Amoroso; Di Vaio.

MILAN: Abbiati; Zambrotta, Senderos, Maldini, Favalli; Beckham, Pirlo, Ambrosini; Seedorf, Kakà; Pato.


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