CREMONA. Milan didn’t concede much to Cremonese to lock the result on a 0-0 scoreline on Tuesday. Milan was much better in terms of ball possession (73%).
The match was played at the Stadio Giovanni Zini stadium in Cremona on Tuesday and it started at 8:45 pm local time. The referee was Antonio Rapuano who had the assistance of Filippo Valeriani and Alessandro Cipressa. The 4th official was Luca Massimi. The weather was cloudy. The temperature was cold at 13.1 degrees Celsius or 55.49 Fahrenheit. The humidity was 83%.
Milan had a superior ball possession 73% while Cremonese was struggling with a 27% ball possession.
Attitude and shots
Milan was putting more pressure with 62 dangerous attacks and 15 shots of which 5 were on target. However, that was not enough Milan to win the match.
Cremonese shot 6 times, 1 on target, 5 off target. Regarding the opposition, Milan shot 15 times, 5 on target, 10 off target.
Cremonese received 4 yellow cards (P. Ghiglione, J. Vasquez, E. Valeri and S. Meite). Talking about the opposition, Milan received 3 yellow cards (R. Leao, M. Lazetic and C. De Ketelaere).
After playing this match, Cremonese will have 7 points to sit in the 18th place. On the opposite side, Milan will have 30 points to sit in the 2nd place.
In the next match in the Serie A, Cremonese will play away against Empoli on the 11th of November with a 2-1 head to head stats in favor of Empoli (4 draws).
Milan will host Fiorentina on the 13th of November with a 16-9 head to head record in favor of Milan (9 draws).
Cremonese – Formation
Cremonese started with a 3-5-2 line-up (3-5-2).
The manager Massimiliano Alvini decided to play with the following team: Marco Carnesecchi, Emanuel Aiwu , Matteo Bianchetti , Johan Vásquez , Paolo Ghiglione , Gonzalo Escalante , Michele Castagnetti , Soualiho Meïté , Emanuele Valeri , Daniel Ciofani and Felix Afena-Gyan .
The home team had on the bench: Gianluca Saro, Jaime Báez, Giacomo Quagliata, Christian Acella, Mouhamadou Sarr, Leonardo Sernicola, Charles Pickel , Jack Hendry, Maissa Ndiaye, Tommaso Milanese, David Okereke , Luca Zanimacchia, Cristian Buonaiuto , Luka Lochoshvili and Frank Tsadjout.
Cremonese made 5 changes: P. Ghiglione for L. Sernicola (63′), F. Afena-Gyan for C. Buonaiuto (63′), D. Ciofani for D. Okereke (63′), M. Castagnetti for C. Pickel (70′) and E. Valeri for G. Quagliata (88′).
Best player: Marco Carnesecchi
The player that probably impressed the most for Cremonese was the goalkeeper: Marco Carnesecchi. His rating is 7.45. He performed 5 saves.
Milan – Formation
Milan started with a 3-4-1-2 line-up (3-4-1-2).
Stefano Pioli played with: Ciprian Tătărușanu, Malick Thiaw , Simon Kjær , Fikayo Tomori , Junior Messias , Ismaël Bennacer , Sandro Tonali , Fodé Ballo-Touré , Brahim Díaz , Ante Rebić and Divock Origi .
These were the players on the bench: Tiemoué Bakayoko, Aster Vranckx, Marko Lazetić, Charles De Ketelaere , Antonio Mirante, Pierre Kalulu , Tommaso Pobega, Yacine Adli, Rade Krunić , Andreas Jungdal, Rafael Leão and Matteo Gabbia.
Milan made 5 changes: M. Thiaw for P. Kalulu (60′), D. Origi for R. Leao (60′), B. Diaz for C. De Ketelaere (75′), A. Rebic for M. Lazetic (83′) and S. Tonali for R. Krunic (83′).
Best player: Fikayo Tomori
The player that probably impressed the most for Milan was Fikayo Tomori.
His rating iswith 103 passes (92% accurate) and 0 key passes. He was won 7 duels out of 8.
Results of the day
These are the results of the day in the Serie A.