Milan and Sampdoria tied this Saturday to a ball, in San Siro, in a duel counting for the 29th round of the Italian First League of football.
The game was marked by the expulsion of the Portuguese midfielder Adrien Silva, in the 59th minute, by accumulation of yellow cards, shortly after Quagliarella, an experienced 38-year-old striker, opened the scoring in favor of the visitors (57m).
Near the end of the game, Norwegian Jens Hauge signed the equalizer on 87 minutes.
Diogo Dalot was an unused substitute at Milan, who could not count on the other Portuguese, Rafael Leão, due to injury.
It was Milan’s fourth consecutive game without winning at home, in a result that could allow the most direct rivals to come together, namely Juventus, Atalanta, Naples or Rome. O Milan now have 60 points and, on the other hand, you can see Inter, leader with 65 points and now two games less than the neighbor, further extend the advantage in the fight for the title.
Sampdoria is in 10th place, with 36 points, on condition, given that Bologna, 11th with 34 points (against Inter), has less than one game.
The move that dictated Adrien’s expulsion:
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