Europa League Results, AC Milan Won the Telak at San Siro

Europa League Results, AC Milan Won the Telak at San Siro

AC Milan’s 6-0 win over KF Shkendija in the Europa League’s first play-off match at San Siro on Thursday (17/08/2017) or early Friday morning.

Appeared in front of his own supporters, AC Milan is too mighty for Shkendija. The Macedonian deputy seemed to be the only target of a hostage attack.

Throughout the game, Milan successfully remove 34 shots that 12 of them on target. Shkendija has only seven chances with one shot on target.

With conditions like this, Milan is very reasonable able to party goals. The Rossoneri scored three goals apiece in each half.

Milan’s first two were created thanks to the ingenuity and individual action of Andre Silva. He scored in the 13th and 27th minutes.

One other goal in the first half came thanks to sontekan Riccardo Montolivo in the 25th minute, utilizing the ball throw a free kick Hakan Calhanoglu successful blocked goalkeeper opponent.

Two goals throwing up the thrill of AC Milan advantage, thanks to the action of Fabio Borini in the 67th minute and Luca Antonelli, one minute later.

Goal scored the goal of AC Milan back Montolivo scored thanks to his ingenuity to trick the defender and opponent goalkeeper and in placing the ball.

The 6-0 victory was the first for Milan in the European competition since 1993 or 24 years ago.

This great victory seemed to have put both foot AC Milan in the Europa League group phase this season. Rossonero will play the second game Shkedija cage, Stadium Ecolog Arena, on Thursday (24/08/2017).

In addition, this victory is also a good preparation for Milan to start the Italian League 2017-2018 which will be held this weekend.

In the first week, team coach Vincenzo Montella’s coach will travel to Stadio Ezio Scida face host Crotone on Sunday (20/08/2017).

Here are the full results of Europa League play-offs, 16-17 August 2017:

Utrecht 1 – 0 Zenit St Peterburg (Zakaria Labyad 76 ‘)

Everton 2 – 0 Hajduk Split (Michael Keane 30 ‘, Idrissa Gueye 45’)

Panathinaikos 2 – 3 Athletic Bilbao (Robin Lod 29 ‘, Bryan Cabezas 55’; Aritz Aduriz 68 ‘, 74′-pen, Oscar De Marcos 71’)

Vardar 2 – 0 Fenerbahce (Tigran Barseghyan 20 ‘, Mehmet Topal 90’-bd)

Domzale 1 – 1 Olympique Marseille (Amedej Vetrih 12 ‘; Morgan Sanson 63’)

Ajax Amsterdam 0 – 1 Rosenborg (Samuel Adegbenro 77 ‘)

 

Partizan Boegrad 0 – 0 Videoton

Maritimo 0 – 0 Dynamo Kyiv

Club Brugge 0 – 0 AEK Athens

BATE Borisov 1 – 1 Oleksandria (Mirko Ivanic 8 ‘; Evgeniy Banada 19’)

Krasnodar 3 – 2 Crvena Zvezda (Ivan Ignatyev 20 ‘, Viktor Claesson 46’, Sergej Petrov 66 ‘; Slavoljub Srnic 57’, Aleksandar Pesic 71 ‘)

Dinamo Zagreb 1 – 1 Skenderbeu Korce (Angelo Henriquez 90 ‘; Liridon Latifi 37’)

Apollon Limassol 3 – 2 Midtjylland (Charis Kyriakou 15 ‘, Jander Santana 69’, Ioannis Pittas 90 ‘; Alexander Sorloth 38’, 74 ‘)

FH Hafnarfjordur 1 – 2 Sporting Braga (Halldor Bjornsson 39 ‘; Paulinho 62’, Nikola Stojiljkovic 79 ‘)

PAOK FC 3 – 1 Ostersunds (Leo Matos 38 ‘, Aleksandar Prijovic 77′, 88′-pen; Brwa Nouri 21’-bd)

Viktoria Plzen 3 – 1 AEK Larnaca (Marek Bakos 29 ‘, 74′-pen, Daniel Kolar 36’; Acoran Barrera 8 ‘)

Rheindorf Altach 0 – 1 Maccabi Tel Aviv (Vidhar Kjartansson 67 ‘)

Ludogorets 2 – 0 Suduva (Cosmin Moti 61 ‘, Virgil Misidjan 75’)

Osijek 1 – 2 Austria Wien (Muzafer Ejupi 15 ‘; Christoph Monschein 26’, Raphael Holzhauser 59 ‘)

Viitorul 1 – 3 RB Salzburg (Marius Goerge Tucudean 7; Hee-Chan Hwang 2 ‘, Hannes Wolf 28’, Munas Dabbur 31 ‘)

Legia Warszawa 1 – 1 Sheriff Tiraspol (Kasper Hamalainen 76 ‘; Cyrille Bayala 87’)

AC Milan 6-0 Shkendija (Andre Silva 13 ‘, 27’, Riccardo Montolivo 25 ‘, 85’, Fabio Borini 67 ‘Luca Antonelli 68’)

Composition of players:

AC Milan: 99-Gianluigi Donnarumma, 19-Leonardo Bonucci, 17-Cristian Zapata, 31-Luca Antonelli, 12-Andrea Conti (20-Ignazio Abate 69 ‘), 18-Riccardo Montolivo, 10-H. Calhanoglu (5-Giacomo Bonaventure 61 ‘), 79-Franck Kessie, 11-Fabio Borini, 9-Andre Silva, 8-Suso (63-Patrick Cutrone 75’)

Coach: Vincenzo Montella

Shkendija: 1-Kostadin Zahov, 6-Ardian Cuculi, 4-Egzon Bejtulai, 13-Ivan Celikovic (21-Olsi Teqja 64 ‘), 5-Armend Alimi, 77-Blagoja Todorovski, 10-Ferhen Hasani, 8-Ennur Totre, 7-Besart Ibraimi, 90-Beshart Abdurahimi (19-Besmir Bojku 70 ‘), 14-Marjan Radeski (25-Shefit Shefiti 82’)

Coach: Qatip Osmani