Milan got a point after drawing 2 goals with Lecce

In the match corresponding to date 18 of the Italy – Serie A TIM 2022-2023 tournament, Lecce and Milan tied 2-2.

The goals of the match for the locals were scored by Federico Baschirotto (22′ 1T) and Theo Hernández (3′ 1T, against). While the away goals were made by Rafael Leão (12′ 2T) and Davide Calabria (24′ 2T).

The best man of the match was Federico Baschirotto. The Lecce defender had a good level, scoring 1 goal and clearing 4 dangerous balls.

Rafael Leão was another of the key players. The Milan midfielder scored 1 goal and searched for the opposite goal 2 times.

The match was cut short due to the number of fouls committed by both teams. There were 3 cautions: Youssef Maleh, Davide Calabria and Ismael Bennacer.

Lecce manager Marco Baroni proposed a 4-3-3 formation with Wladimiro Falcone in goal; Valentin Gendrey, Federico Baschirotto, Samuel Umtiti and Giuseppe Pezzella on the defensive line; Alexis Blin, Morten Hjulmand and Joan González in the middle; and Gabriel Strefezza, Lorenzo Colombo and Federico Di Francesco in attack.

For its part, Stefano Pioli’s team took to the field with a 4-5-1 scheme with Ciprian Tatarusanu under the three sticks; Davide Calabria, Pierre Kalulu, Fikayo Tomori and Theo Hernández in defense; Ismael Bennacer, Tommaso Pobega, Alexis Saelemaekers, Brahim Díaz and Rafael Leão in midfield; and Olivier Giroud up front.

Referee Daniele Orsato was in charge of supervising the game at the Comunale Via del Mare stadium.

On the following date Lecce will face Hellas Verona as a visitor, while Milan will play as a visitor against Lazio.

With this result, the host of the match reaches 20 points and is in twelfth place. For its part, the visiting team remains at 38 units and is in second place in the tournament.

Note and image source: DataFactory

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