Since March, Zlatan Ibrahimovic has played for the first time as Milan drew 2-2 at SPAL after Francesco Vicari’s own late goal.
Francesco Vicari’s own physical issue time goal spared the reddens of Milan as an action-packed Serie An experience finished in a 2-2 draw on Zlatan Ibrahimovic ‘s return at 10-man SPAL.
Mattia Valoti ‘s short proximity finish and Sergio Floccari ‘s dazzling strike gave SPAL a 2-0 lead before the break at Paolo Mazza.
SPAL were down a man without further ado before the break, be that as it may, as Marco D’Alessandro was sent off late in the main half, yet a slow Milan lacked a cutting edge in the attack until Ibrahimovic came on as a replacement.
A made Rafael Leao finish pulled one back to Milan with 11 minutes to go before Vicari transformed an Alexis Saelemaekers in additional time into his own net.
After a scramble in the six-yard box, SPAL pushed ahead when Valoti turned the ball home via diversion.
Milan lost Samu Castillejo to injury and was two down when Floccari struck a 30-yard sweet half-volley, which left Gianluigi Donnarumma grasping in flimsy air.
Hakan Calhanoglu packaged home as Milan was searching for a way back into the game, just for VAR to regard Ante Rebic to be offside.
Prior to the break, the VAR was in real life again, upgrading D’Alessandro’s yellow card on Theo Hernandez to a red for a dangerous two-foot rush.
Ibrahimovic ‘s presentation in the 65th moment carried recharged reason to Milan and he headed over from a decent position.
After a helpless clearance by goalkeeper Karlo Letica, Leao pulled one back towards Milan with a cool completion.
Milan’s push for an equalizer appeared to be pointless, yet the players of SPAL then had their heads in their hands in the fourth moment of injury when Vicari miscued the apparently harmless conveyance of Saelemaekers.