Milan have started this season very well, winning seven and drawing two of the first nine games. Ahead of this round, they were five points clear at the top and will be looking to claim another three points tomorrow.
The Rossoneri will take on Sampdoria away from home and considering their form, they shouldn’t have too many issues. Zlatan Ibrahimovic is still injured and will miss the clash, but Pioli’s men have shown that they can score without him as well.
As highlighted by MilanNews.it, Milan have had many goalscorers this season, which indeed is a positive sign. The Swede is in the lead with eleven goals, six goals ahead of Hakan Calhanogly in second place.
Ibra’s importance is undeniable but at least the Rossoneri have a prolific striker, which hasn’t always been the case in recent years. Furthermore, as mentioned, the players around him are thriving as well. Down below is the full list.
11 goals: Ibrahimovic (Shamrock, Bologna (2), Inter (2), Roma (2), Udinese, Verona, Napoli (2)).
5 goals: Calhanoglu (Shamrock, Bodo/Glimt (2), Rio Ave, Celtic).
4 goals: Diaz (Crotone, Celtic (2), Sparta Praga).
3 goals: Hauge (Celtic (2), Napoli), Kessie (Crotone, Udinese, Fiorentina), Leao (Spezia (2), Sparta Praga).
2 goals: Castillejo (Lille, Celtic), Saelemaekers (Rio Ave, Roma)
1 goal: Colombo (Bodo/Glimt), Dalot (Sparta Praga), Krunic (Celtic), Romagnoli (Fiorentina), Theo Hernandez (Spezia).
1 own-goal (Verona)