Alone with Bayern Munich and the comeback kids: All the key stats from Milan’s draw with Genoa

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan once again had to roar back from a late deficit to earn a point, this time earning a 2-2 draw with struggling Genoa at the Marassi thanks to Pierre Kalulu’s late goal.

Here are five of the best stats from the game, via the club’s official website

➤ Milan have scored at least two goals in 14 consecutive games: a Serie A record, overtaking the previous one set in 1948 by Torino (13).

➤ Milan are unbeaten in their last 24 league games: their longest run since 1993.

➤ Among the teams in Europe’s ‘top five’ leagues with at least 20 games played, only Milan (24) and Bayern Munich (21) have scored in all of their games since the restart of football back in May.

➤ Milan have been trailing in their last two Serie A games; this happened only once in the previous ten league matches (vs. Verona).

➤ Davide Calabria scored his first goal in 15 games in Serie A (July v Bologna).


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