AC Milan vs. PSV Eindhoven: Live Score, Highlights, Recap
UEFA Champions League Playoff: AC Milan vs. PSV Eindhoven
28 August 2013
San Siro, Milan
Referee: Mark Clattenburg (England)
AC MILAN 3-0 PSV EINDHOVEN (4-1 agg)
9' Boateng; 55' Balotelli; 77' Boateng
AC Milan XI: Abbiati; Abate, Zapata, Mexes, De Sciglio; Montolivo, De Jong, Muntari; Boateng, Balotelli, El Shaarawy
PSV Eindhoven XI: Zoet; Willems, Rekik, Bruma, Brenet; Maher, Schaars, Wijnaldum; Depay, Matavz, Park
FT: AC Milan 3-0 PSV Eindhoven. Milan will go into tomorrow's Group Stage draw, having won this tie 4-1 on aggregate.
90+2' Wijnaldum's tries to run onto a loose ball but Mexes clears before he can get there.
There will be three minutes of time added.
More possession from PSV; better passing and four times as many corners - and none of it matters without clinical finishing. And some Balotelli magic, naturally.
The Milan fans at the San Siro.
Yep, here he comes. Robinho replaces Boateng for AC Milan.
Now, will we see Robinho?
Boateng's second of the night to give Milan a 4-1 aggregate lead.
82' Nocerino replaces Muntari for Milan.
Balotelli, who has just been tremendous, played the ball to Boateng on the left of the area. Boateng gained space on his marker and sliced the ball inside the far post. Zoet got a finger on it, but not enough to turn it wide.
77' GOAL AC Milan! Boateng with his second, and that's surely the tie.
74' Poli replaces El Shaarawy for AC Milan.
73' Matavz hits his effort over the bar after a nice touch from Toivonen. Meanwhile Locadia replaces Depay for PSV.
72' Willems' long ball to Jozefzoon has a bit too much on it and rolls out for a goal kick.
71' Schaars' shot bounces wide of goal. PSV so far have seven corners to Milan's one.
69' Toivonen has replaced Maher for PSV.
67' PSV with 59% possession and a pass-success rate of 86% to Milan's 79%.
The Balotelli goal.
Final ball in dangerous area's just not there for PSV tonight!— Dutch Football (@football_oranje) August 28, 2013
61' Jozefzoon has replaced Park for PSV.
59' PSV get back on the front-foot, but for all their possession they have yet to show a cutting edge. They need two goals to progress at this point.
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