Since Palermo established their place in the Italian top flight, they’ve lost to Milan only once at home in Serie A, on 25 February 2006.
Milan are visiting to the Olympic Stadium of Turin on Saturday to take on Juventus as the participants of the only all-Italian Champions League final meet in Round 28 of Serie A.
Difficult opponents, injuries, Mark Van Bommel’s red card - the Rossoneri had a really tough night in Catania, but thanks to the players’ incredible will to win, Milan led by the Robinho-Ibrahimovic duo took home three fundamental points. The Brazilian opened the scoring with eighth goal of the season and the Swede killed off the game with his eighteenth strike. Ibra has scored 13 goals in Serie A, 4 in the Champions League and 1 in the Italian Cup. The Rossoneri won their fourth match in a row.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s stunner wasn’t enough for Milan as Lecce held the Rossoneri to a 1-1 draw. The Swede scored his eleventh goal in Serie A this season (fifteenth in all competitions), but Olivera’s strike meant the Via Del Mare Stadium remained cursed for Milan...