MILAN V PARMA: NUMBERS FROM THE GAME

The key stats from the Rossoneri’s home win

After drawing with Naples at the Stadio San Paolo in their last outing, AC Milan have immediately got back to winning ways, beating Parma  3-1, thanks to goals from Kessie, Romagnoli and Çalhanoğlu. And it’s these men who take centre-stage in our post-match statistical analysis. Below, an in-depth look at eight statistics.

1- AC Milan have scored at least two goals in each of their seven Serie A matches since the start of June, their best run since 2009 (eight).

2- Since the Serie A restart, the Rossoneri have put 17 points on the board, which only Atalanta have topped in the same period (22). 

3- Zlatan Ibrahimović took nine shots in tonight’s game: he has never had more in a single Serie A match (nine against Roma in March 2012).

4- Franck Kessie has scored in three consecutive Serie A games for the second time in his career; the first time he achieved this was in September 2016, in his first three appearances in the competition.

5- Alessio Romagnoli has scored five of his six Serie A goals for AC Milan during the second half.

6-  Since the start of February, Hakan Çalhanoğlu has scored three goals from outside the area. Only Malinovskiy has done better, with four.

7- Zlatan Ibrahimović made his 100th appearance in all competitions for AC Milan today.

8- AC Milan (27 years, 185 days) named their oldest Starting XI in Serie A since April 2018 (27 years, 188 days v Torino).