No Success for Udinese, lose Serie A opener against AC Milan


Isaac Success featured in Udinese’s opening game of the Serie A season, but it ended in an away loss for I Friulani.

Success was on for 67 minutes, but was not on the score sheet as Udinese fell 4-2 against champions AC Milan at the San Siro.
The visitors went ahead just inside two minutes of the opening proceedings and though the hosts responded well with an equalizer and a goal to put them ahead, Udinese ended the half level.
Theo Hernandez scored from the penalty spot to bring AC Milan level before Ante Rebic turned the game around for the Rossoneri.
However, Adam Masina found the back of the net in the fourth minute of stoppage time in the first half to level up.
However, the Serie A champions completely took control of the game after the resumption and Brahim Diaz scored after the resumption.
With AC Milan 3-2 ahead there was impetus to get more goals and Rebic turned up with his second on the night in the 68th minute.
There would be no further goals as Milan ran out comfortable winners, and Udinese will hope to bounce back in their next game, at home against Salernitana.


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