Impact subs, bad marking and combination play: An analysis of Milan’s draw with Hellas Verona

By Oliver Fisher -

Although it feels a bit overdue, it is also the perfect time to revisit the game against Hellas Verona and pick out the positive and negative tactical points ahead of a very tough trip to face Napoli.

In case you had forgotten, Milan left it late at San Siro as they battled back from two goals down to earn a 2-2 draw against Hellas Verona.

The Rossoneri found themselves in a horrendous position as they were two goals down inside 20 minutes as Antonin Barak and a Davide Calabria own-goal gave Verona a dream start.

The home side roared back though, with a Giangiacomo Magnani own-goal and a Zlatan Ibrahimovic header in the 93rd minute earning a point, though the Swede did miss a penalty and handled the ball for a disallowed goal.

Below is a tactical analyses of the game courtesy of our writer Rohit Rajeev, with accompanying videos…

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