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Zlatan Ibrahimovic scores and assists in thrilling Milan derby as Inter come from two goals down to win

Zlatan Ibrahimovic scores and assists in thrilling Milan derby as Inter come from two goals down to win

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Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored and assisted in a memorable Milan derby on Sunday evening.The 38-year-old laid one on a plate for Ante Rebic with a clever header which allowed the winger to tap into an empty net on 40 minutes. AFP or licensors Zlatan Ibrahimovic has scored three goals in six games since returning to AC Milan Ibrahimovic then doubled his side’s lead with a poacher’s finish at the far post from a corner just before half-time. Despite his starring role, Ibrahimovic and AC Milan somehow ended up losing 4-2. 🔴⚫ ZLATAN MAKES IT 2-0! 😮 AC Milan strike again just before half time, and Ibrahimović's header adds to Padelli's first half to forget 🔵⚫ Conte's Inter have a lot to figure out at the break pic.twitter.com/8aQm1yp3Rr — Premier Sports 📺 (@Premie
Jose Mourinho says Christian Eriksen can leave Tottenham with pride amid January transfer links to Inter Milan

Jose Mourinho says Christian Eriksen can leave Tottenham with pride amid January transfer links to Inter Milan

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Jose Mourinho has said Christian Eriksen can leave Tottenham with his head held high, amid reports of a January transfer to Internazionale. The boss has backed Danish ace Eriksen after he received boos from supporters in recent games, and insisted the playmaker has ‘given everything’ for Spurs. Getty Images - Getty Eriksen looked like he was saying his farewells at the end of Spurs’ defeat to Liverpool The Denmark international’s career in north London is set to come to an end when his contract expires in the summer, although he could depart this month if a club are willing to cough up some cash. And reports in Italy suggest Eriksen has agreed a deal to join Inter in the January transfer window, rather than wait until the end of the season. That coul
Serie A anti-racism campaign: Monkey artwork condemned by AC Milan and Roma

Serie A anti-racism campaign: Monkey artwork condemned by AC Milan and Roma

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AC Milan say they "strongly disagree" with and were not consulted about the use of monkeys in artwork for a Serie A anti-racism campaign.The 'No To Racism' posters show three monkeys with painted faces.It comes less than three weeks after clubs pledged to combat Italian football's "serious problem". "Art can be powerful, but we strongly disagree with the use of monkeys as images in the fight against racism," said an AC Milan statement.The club added they were "surprised by the total lack of consultation" over the artwork, which will be displayed at Serie A headquarters in Milan.AS Roma also expressed their "surprise", adding: "We understand the league wants to tackle racism but we don't belie...
Atalanta 1-1 Manchester City: Defender Kyle Walker goes in goal in bizarre game in Milan

Atalanta 1-1 Manchester City: Defender Kyle Walker goes in goal in bizarre game in Milan

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Defender Kyle Walker had to play in goal for the closing stages as Manchester City held on to draw with Atalanta in the Champions League.Walker replaced substitute goalkeeper Claudio Bravo, who was sent off for a sliding tackle on Josip Ilicic outside the box, having replaced first-choice keeper Ederson at half-time.Raheem Sterling had given the visitors a 1-0 lead in the first half of their group-stage game before Chelsea loannee Mario Pasalic equalised four minutes after the restart. City striker Gabriel Jesus also missed a first-half penalty in a bizarre game at the San Siro.'One of the most fun things in football' - Walker dons the gloves and everyone loves itChampions League permutations...
Champions League results: Chelsea produce sensational comeback to draw against nine-man Ajax, Liverpool get past Genk, Borussia Dortmund beat Inter Milan

Champions League results: Chelsea produce sensational comeback to draw against nine-man Ajax, Liverpool get past Genk, Borussia Dortmund beat Inter Milan

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Chelsea battled from 4-1 down to claim what could be a valuable point with a 4-4 draw against Ajax in a thrilling match at Stamford Bridge.But the Blues may feel like they should have won the game as the visitors were reduced to nine men, while Cesar Azpilicueta had what he thought was the winning goal disallowed following a VAR check. Getty Images - Getty Azpilicueta’s celebrations were brutally cut short The blistering start set the tone for the epic with two goals inside the first five minutes – Jorginho’s penalty cancelling out a second-minute own goal by Tammy Abraham. Ajax then raced into a 3-1 lead through Quincy Promes’ goal while Kepa Arrizabalaga could do nothing when Hakim Ziyech’s corner struck the post before hitting the goalkeeper in the face