‘Silva’ wins Serie A title
On Wednesday night, the Silvio Berlusconi-led Turin outfit defeated the Turin giants by a score of 2-1.
With a 3-0 win at Stadio Olimpico, Milan now lead Serie A with seven points from seven games, two behind leaders Juventus.
After a 3 1-2 draw at the San Siro on Tuesday night, Juventus remain two points clear of second-placed Inter.
The result means Milan, whose top-four position is currently held by the Bianconeri, now have a chance of winning the league for the first time in 12 years.
They will have to win away to Roma, but there are three points to play for against Cesena.
Meanwhile, Lazio remain one point adrift of Juventus, who remain three points clear at the top of the table with a game in hand.
The reigning champions will be looking to avoid the worst of the relegation battle when they visit Cagliari in Serie B on Saturday.
Milan are on the back foot at the moment, having conceded the fewest goals in Serie A.
They had only scored once against Sampdoria on Saturday and had scored just once in their previous six Serie A games.
However, the Bianconi-run club are still unbeaten in their last 13 games, with six victories in eight league games.
It’s also been a tough run for Alessandro Matri.
The former Juventus midfielder had to miss a large chunk of the 2013-14 season with an ankle injury, while the same injury prevented him from playing in the Champions League last season.
He’s now back at full fitness, with a chance to return to action this weekend when the Rossoneri take on Lazio in a friendly in Turin.
The Turin-based outfit have already won five of their last six games.
The last time Milan lost a game to Lazio was at the Stadios del Quirinale on February 28.