Reuters / Daniele Mascolo
Milan regained the top of the Italian football league after defeating its guest Lazio (3-2) in the match that brought them together on Wednesday evening, as part of the 14th round of “Calcio”.
Milan “Rossoneri” advanced with two early goals scored by the Croatian players Ante Rebic and the Turkish player Hacken Calhangulo in the two minutes (10 and 17 from a penalty kick) respectively.
The “Eagles” guests responded with two goals, bearing the signature of Spaniard Luis Alberto, and Ciro Immobile in the 28th and 59th minutes, respectively.
The French left back, Theo Hernandez, snatched the winner in deadly time in the second minute, instead of missing with a superb shot after a corner kick.
Milan raised its score after this victory to 34 points, and climbed to the top of “Calcio” again, surpassing the point of Inter Milan, who in turn defeated its host Hellas Verona earlier in the day as well.
While Lazio stopped at 21 points and is ranked eighth on the league standings.