Perfect second half from Milan as they get back from 0-1.
Jasmin Kurtic (Parma) opened the score on 44 ” and the first half ended with the score 0-1.
Franck Kessie (AC Milan) scored and unbelievable goal on 55” fro m 30m estimated.
Alessio Romagnoli (AC Milan) scored with a header on 59′ after a free kick.
Hakan Calhanoglu (AC Milan) finds the bottom left corner with a great effort and the third goal is in the net.
What does it mean? Never mind top four – Milan are finishing as one of Serie A’s form sides
Milan could still qualify for the Champions League after this win, although it would require Lazio to lose all of their remaining games and a few favourable results involving Napoli and Roma.
A sixth season without playing among Europe’s elite might be almost certain, but the Rossoneri can at least be pleased with their form since Italian football returned – especially since Pioli appears destined to be replaced by Ralf Rangnick for next term.
Calhanoglu holds the key
Calhanoglu had more touches (80) and passes (58) than any Milan player except Kessie, set up their first two goals and scored the third himself. You will struggle to find a more influential display in that regard.
Theo loses track
Theo Hernandez wasted a couple of good openings at 0-0 and Parma’s opener came when they found far too much space down the left of the Milan defence.
Milan host Bologna on Saturday, with Parma at home to Sampdoria a day later.