A first since 2003 and a 14th scorer: All the key stats from Milan’s win over Salernitana

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan managed to get a second win in a row in Serie A as they beat Salernitana at San Siro by a scoreline of 2-0 thanks to two first half goals.

The first goal came from Franck Kessie as he converted a pass from Rafael Leao with a first time finish into the bottom corner, and the second goal of the game came through Alexis Saelemaekers’ shot into the bottom corner.

Below are the best stats from the game, as highlighted by the official website

➤ Milan have taken 38 points in their first 16 Serie A matches of the current campaign – their best record since 2003/04 at this stage of the season.

➤ Franck Kessie has scored a Serie A goal from open play for the first time since April against Parma.

➤ Following Saelemaekers’ goal, 14 Milan players have scored in Serie A this season; in the ‘top five’ European Leagues, only Chelsea (16) have more.

➤ Today was Rade Krunić’s 50th Serie A appearance with AC Milan.

➤ Milan attempted 14 shots in the first half today, their record in a first half in this Serie A season.

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