Roma (EFE) – Swede Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s eighth goal of the season saved a point this Sunday for Milan at the San Siro against Verona (2-2) and kept him undefeated in Serie A, on a seventh matchday in the one that Juventus drew 1-1 against Lazio and Inter drew 1-1 against Atalanta.
Milan, which came back from an adverse 0-2 and also missed a penalty with Ibrahimovic, leads the table with two points over the revelation Sassuolo, with Naples and Roma who were the most benefited after this day thanks to their victories at home against respectively Bologna (0-1) and Genoa (1-3).
And it is that the balance is maximum in Italy: there are barely four points of distance between the leader Milan and Atalanta, sixth. Inter, Real Madrid’s rival in the Champions League, is seventh, five points behind Milan.
The stumbling blocks of their direct rivals offered a great opportunity to the Milan team in the duel that closed the Sunday program, but Verona got a double advantage after just twenty minutes and resisted against the fierce reaction of Milan, who cut distances in the 27 thanks to an own goal by Giangiacomo Magnani and equalized in 91 with Ibrahimovic.
Milan also had two goals disallowed by VAR, a penalty sent high by Ibrahimovic with the score 1-2 on the scoreboard and a shot to the wood from the Swedish striker.
Juventus and Inter, respectively rivals of Barcelona and Real Madrid in the Champions League, two clubs that, a priori, were going to star in a duel to win the Scudetto, still do not work.