It was a draw secured in added time that avoided an embarrassing defeat. However, it was still a result that is difficult to enjoy. At San Siro against Hellas Verona, the Rossoneri deserved much more but decisions, mistakes and bad luck rendered the score 2-2 at the final whistle. However, it was a point that ensured AC Milan remain at the top of the table. Let us take a look at the main statistics following our result on matchday seven in Serie A:
1- AC Milan have drawn four of their last five matches at San Siro against Hellas Verona in Serie A (1W).
2- The Rossoneri have equalled their second-best scoring streak in the history of Serie A: 27 games in a row set in 1949.
3- AC Milan v Verona is the first Serie A match to see two own goals scored in the first half since Atalanta v Inter in January 2016.
4- AC Milan have benefited from three own goals in 2020 in Serie A, all coming post-lockdown.
5- The Rossoneri have found themselves conceding the first goal in just one match this season after having opened the scoring in all of their previous six fixtures.
6- AC Milan have not conceded two goals within the first twenty minutes in a Serie A game since January 2017 at home against Napoli.
7- Zlatan Ibrahimović became the first AC Milan player to score in seven consecutive appearances in Serie A in the era in which three points are earned per win.
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