Serie A: Milan vs AZC






Bringing all 6 points after 2 rounds, AC Milan is proving to be a very formidable opponent for every opponent on the journey towards the championship title. In the next third match, coach and coach Stefano Pioli will have a great opportunity to bring in the next 3 points when only welcoming a rookie named Spezia. Obviously there is no reason why the Rossoneri lose the next 3 points.

In recent years, AC Milan has continuously invested in upgrading the team to realize the ambition of reviving. However, the results they get on the pitch are not really impressive. Only when coach Stefano Pioli took over the hot chair did the face of AC Milan really change in a positive direction. Accordingly, since the football restart after the pandemic, AC Milan played 22 matches and completely kept unbeaten record. If only considering in the last 10 matches, AC Milan even won 9 and drew only 1. After 2 rounds in Serie A this season, AC Milan won when they defeated Bologna and Crotone with the score 2-0. On the continental playground, AC Milan also had tickets to participate in the Europa league group stage after defeating Rio Ave. With a direct and stubborn gameplay, coach Stefano Pioli and his teachers really are not afraid of any names at this moment.

Finishing third place in Serie B last season, Spezia worked very hard to get promotion tickets to Serie A. This was also the first time that Spezia appeared in the most prestigious playground of Italian football. Therefore, surprise is inevitable with teachers and coaches Vincenzo Italiano. Especially when Spezia only had 1 friendly match in the summer. Apparently the time to prepare for the season was so short that it was difficult for Spezia. This team opened the season with a heavy defeat at home to Sassuolo (1-4). Their confidence returned somewhat when they suddenly defeated Udinese (0-2) on away field in the last round. In general, Spezia did not have stability when winning 3 and also lost 3 in the last 6 appearances. This round, difficulties will be great for Spezia before his trip to the mecca of AC Milan. 




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