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Serie A: Udinese 2-1 AC Milan

Monday, September 24, 2012

AC Milan were condemned to a second consecutive Serie A defeat following a 2-1 slip up at Udinese which saw the Rossoneri finish the match with nine men.

Udinese opened the scoring just before half-time through a Mathias Ranégie header, with Stephan El Shaarawy restoring some confidence for the visitors in the second period with a mercurial finish from 25 yards.

Despite the equaliser, Milan were unable to gain control of the match and they were soon reduced to 10 men when Cristián Zapata was shown red for a second bookable offense inside the area, which Antonio Di Natale converted from the spot on 68 minutes.

And Milan were wounded further in the 82nd minute as Kevin-Prince Boateng, only on as a second-half substitute, received his marching orders following a second yellow card.

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