Milan – AC Milan managed to reverse the prediction by beating Napoli 2-0 at the San Siro Stadium, early Monday (12/15/14) pm.
Jeremy Menez open the scoring for Milan when the game runs six minutes, before multiplied by Giacomo Bonaventura seven minutes into the second half rolling.
Milan, with three shots on goal, able to perform better than the final settlement of Naples, who fired seven shots on goal and winning 52 percent of the possession.
With this result, the Rossoneri climbed to sixth with 24 points from 15 matches, goal difference from Napoli in seventh place.
Coach Milan, Filippo Inzaghi, lowering 4-3-3 with placing Keisuke Honda and Jeremy Menez as an attacking wing, flanking Bonaventura. Nigel de Jong, Andrea Poli and Riccardo Montolivo become a mainstay in the midfield.
In the stronghold Napoli, coach Rafael Benitez lowered by placing a 4-5-1 formation as a lone striker Gonzalo Higuain. David Lopez, Dries Mertens and Jorginho help of a second line of attack.
Milan directly attack early in the game and scored in the sixth minute. Through a counterattack, Bonaventura see Menez is in the open position in front of goal, Bonaventura release measurable feedback, which is converted into a goal by Menez. Milan 1-0.
Although behind, Napoli reluctant to rush to attack. Partenopei choose to develop mastery of the ball. 17th minute, a counter-attack threat because Higuain failed to bear fruit in an offside position.
22 minutes, Napoli midfielder, David Lopez, the kick from outside the penalty box. Diego Lopez and pushed the ball fell at the feet Callejon on the left side of the penalty box. Again, Diego Lopez Callejon kick the ball swiftly dismissed.
Through a quick counterattack, Callejon had another chance from a very similar position in the 24th minute. Utilizing feedback Sodoran Dries Mertens, kick back Spaniard pushed Diego Lopez.
Napoli more incentive to attack towards the end of the second half. Opportunities come back Callejon in the 39th minute, this time from outside the box. Again, confront kick Diego Lopez. Score 1-0 to Milan last until halftime.
Napoli trying to appear more offensive in the second half. 49th minute, De Guzman kick from outside the box but can be driven Diego Lopez.
Precisely Milan scored three minutes later. Bonaventura scored from close range, utilizing cross Pablo Armero. Score 2-0 to Milan.
Goal is to make Milan confident. Shot from inside the penalty box even more incentive to do.
Through a counterattack in the 60th minute, Riccardo Montolivo receiving feedback Honda on the left side of the penalty box. Unfortunately, his shot was off target.
While two minutes later, use the feedback Andrea Poli, Menez kick from the right side of the penalty box able to be driven by the defense.
Milan had another chance in the 74th minute k. Poly header utilizing cross Bonaventura was off the mark.
Napoli push back 15 minutes before the game ended. Gonzalo Higuain wasted a golden opportunity in the 78th minute. Have sufficient open space shot in front of goal, his shot was off target instead.
81 minutes, turn Duvan Zapata who squandered chances in front of goal. Receiving the ball corner kick Albiol, tendanganya was deviated to the right side of the goal.
Satisfied with the two goals that are owned, Milan increasingly survive. Entering the last 10 meni, 10 players Milan almost always be in his own defense area.
Napoli‘s best and last chance to come in the 90th minute + 4. Duvan Zapata end the chaos in front of the Milan goal with a header, use the feedback sundul of David Lopez. Unfortunately, header Zapata is still quite weak and could be anticipated Diego Lopez.
Until the referee blows the final whistle, Milan remained on his two-goal lead.
AC Milan: Diego Lopez; Philippe Mexes, Adil Rami (Cristian Zapata 66 ‘), Daniele Bonera, Pablo Armero; Andrea Poli (Sulley Muntari 77 ‘), Riccardo Montolivo (Michael Essien 88‘), Nigel de Jong; Jeremy Menez, Keisuke Honda, Giacomo Bonaventura.Pelatih: Filippo Inzaghi.
Napoli: Rafael; Giandomenico Mesto, Kalidou Koulibaly, Faouzi Ghoulam, Raul Albiol; Jonathan de Guzman (Walter Gargano 72 ‘), Jose Callejon, Jorginho (Marek Hamsik 61‘), Dries Mertens (Duvan Zapata 77 ‘), David Lopez; Gonzalo Higuain. Coach: Rafael Benitez.