Milan continued their poor results domestically and suffered on Sunday a second consecutive loss to Sassuolo 1-3 at the San Siro stadium in the 14th round of Serie A .
And this is the third game in a row that Milan doesnot have a taste of winning in the league, after falling to Fiorentina last week following a draw with neighbors Inter, who are now far away em by a point in third place.
Milan scored the first goal of the game through defender Alessio Romagnoli (22), who was later dismissed in the 77th minute, but the visitors responded with goals from Gianluca Scamacca (24), an own goal from Denmark’s Simon Kjaer and a third for Domenico Berardi (66).
Milan entered the match after a deadly 1-0 win away from home against Atletico Madrid on Tuesday, keeping their hopes alive of qualifying for the Champions League, which they returned to for the first time since 2014.
Rome continues its uprise
Roma continued their league awakening with a second successive victory over Torino with a single goal by Tammy Abraham in the 32nd minute.
Jose Mourinho’s team increased their tally to 25 points in fifth place. Bologna advanced to ninth place equally in points with Juventus (21) who fell on Saturday to Atalanta, beating Spezia 1-0 with a penalty kick by Marco Arnautovic seven minutes before the end of the game.
Ukrainian coach Andrei Shevchenko gained his first points with Genoa after a negative draw with hosts Udinese.