AC Milan have scored just four goals in their last six games which points to a problem in the attacking department that must be fixed, a report claims.
Il Corriere dello Sport (via MilanNews) reports how the last goal scored from inside the area dates back to 450 minutes ago when Olivier Giroud netted the winner against Napoli. Since then, two winners have come from outside the area as Pierre Kalulu settled the game against Empoli and Ismael Bennacer’s volley was enough for three points in Cagliari.
The striker with the best average is Zlatan Ibrahimovic who has scored goal every 137 minutes, while Olivier Giroud has put the ball into the net once every 211 minutes but at least his goals have always been in big games. Ante Rebic and Brahim Diaz are more worrying: the Croatian scored every 285′ while Brahim even is every 506′.
The Rossoneri’s top scorers are Leao, Ibra and Giroud, all with 8 goals, and double figures for each must be almost an obligation if the team are to have any hope of recovering from their attacking woes to win the league and/or the cup. Then, the aforementioned Diaz and Rebic but also Messias and Saelemaekers must make their contributions too.