Stefano Pioli’s AC Milan lost their first points of the season on Monday night but still maintained their unbeaten streak in Serie A this season after a 3-3 draw against AS Roma at San Siro The Rossoneri took the lead three times in the game but eventually shared a point with Paulo Fonseca’s side Zlatan Ibrahimovic rose to the top of the goalscoring table, bringing his total to six goals for the campaign after scoring a brace against Roma
AC Milan got off to a good start against Roma as Zlatan Ibrahimovic gave the hosts the lead just two minutes after kick-off It was the 39-year-old’s fifth goal in his third outing in Serie A this season Zlatan has missed a few games for Milan after being diagnosed with COVID-19 last month Ibrahimovic started the day seven times for second place in the Italian Golden Shoe (Capocannoniere) race with Romelu Lukaku, Andrea Belotti and Francesco Caputo in the lead
Zlatan added his first right out of the blocks and added his second of the game – his third brace in as many Serie A games – from the penalty spot at the end of the second period Zlatan’s conversion from the point penalty kick topped the Serie A goalscoring table with six goals, giving Milan a 3-2 lead in the 80th minute and it looked like he would be the game winner However, Milan have failed to maintain their 100% Serie A winning record this season as Roma managed to put things right with five minutes on the clock thanks to the close effort of Marash Kumbulla.
Zlatan Ibrahimović, 39, has scored more Serie A goals this season (6) than any other player
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Edin Dzeko and Jordan Veretout scored the first and second goals for Roma while Alexis Saelemaekers scored Milan’s second of the game in a thrilling 3-3 draw Milan still lead the Serie A table with 13 points in five games, two points ahead of Napoli in second With their point, Roma moved up to ninth place with eight points in five games
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Zlatan won his only Capocannoniere award in his first stint with AC Milan in the 2011-12 campaign, Lazio’s Ciro Immobile set a league record of 36 Serie A goals last season Although Zlatan had a long way to go, fans aren’t ruling out Immobile’s record-breaking star forward if he stays fit and shoots this season
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