stats25 October 2021


The main stats ahead of the Rossoneri's tenth fixture of the Serie A season

AC Milan are set to play their second midweek fixture of the season in the league at 20:45 CEST tomorrow. Against Torino, the Rossoneri will be looking to record a sixth consecutive victory in Serie A and make it five wins from five at San Siro. Ahead of the matchday ten clash, here are the facts and figures that you need to know.y

There have been 150 previous meetings between AC Milan and Torino in Serie A: the Rossoneri hold the advantage with 62 wins to 33, with 55 draws also occurring. Furthermore, the Rossoneri have not lost in 25 league home games against the Granata (17 wins, 8 draws) and have won their last three head-to-head matches by an aggregate scoreline of 10-0.

2- AC Milan could win nine of the first ten Serie A matches of the season for just the second time in club history, and the first since 1954/55 when Béla Guttmann was at the helm (9W, 1D).

3- The Rossoneri come into this after five consecutive wins in Serie A: under Stefano Pioli’s management, the only instance of six wins in a row came between July and October 2020. AC Milan have also won their last four home games in the league; the last Rossoneri coach with five wins in a row at San Siro in Serie A was Clarence Seedorf in 2014.

4- The last time that AC Milan scored at least 22 goals in their first nine Serie A matches of the season was in 2002/03 (23). The 22 goals this season have been scored by eleven different players: no one in the league has done better in this regard.

5- Should he score in this match, Zlatan Ibrahimović will reach two milestones simultaneously: 150 goals in Serie A and 400 goals in the national championships in which he has played in during his career. With the AC Milan shirt, the Swedish striker has never scored at Torino, one of only five teams (out of the 29 total he has faced in the Italian leagues) against whom he has not scored a goal for the Rossoneri.

6- Should he find a way to score in this match, Olivier Giroud would become just the second AC Milan player in the three points per win era to score in each of his first three Serie A home appearances. The first was Mario Balotelli in 2013.

7- Rafael Leão has had a hand in a goal in each of his last three league games (two goals and one assist); the Portuguese could have a goal involvement in four matches in a row for the first time in Serie A.

8- In the last league match against Bologna, Ismaël Bennacer both scored and provided an assist for the first time in a single Serie A match. Among players who have played at least 60 minutes in the league this season, the Algerian is the player who has played more passes (100) on average per 90 minutes.

9- The next match will be Sandro Tonali's 50th appearance for AC Milan in all competitions.

10- The most recent of Tiemoué Bakayoko's three Serie A goals came against Torino, in April 2021 for Napoli.

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