Seven stats that show just how good AC Milan’s run since lockdown has been

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan have had a fantastic start to the 2020-21 season, in which they have not put a foot wrong from a results point of view.

They are top of Serie A having won four out of four and got into the Europa League group stages after winning three out of three qualifiers.

Given the Rossoneri’s run – which has continued from the end of the 2019-20 season – there have been some amazing stats arise. Here are some of the best…

– Zlatan Ibrahimovic is the player with the most games in Serie A since lockdown scoring more than one goal (he has four braces). In the same period, only Robert Lewandowski and Harry Kane in the five major European leagues can equal him.

– Milan‘s average points per game without Ibrahimovic: 1.23. Average points per game with Ibrahimovic: 2.28

– Pioli has managed to go 20 games in a row without defeat in all competitions with Milan. Only six other coaches in the history of the club have managed to do that: Fabio Capello, Arrigo Sacchi, Nereo Rocco, Lajos Czeizler and Nils Liedholm.

– Milan and Aston Villa are the only two teams in Europe’s ‘top five’ leagues with a 100% win record this season.

– Pioli’s Milan have scored in 24 consecutive games. To find better, you need to go back 47 years when the Rossoneri scored in 29 games in a row.

– Milan will finish a matchweek in sole possession of 1st place in Serie A for the 1st time since March 31, 2012.

– Milan have won each of their first 4 matches of a Serie A season for the fifth time in club history. It previously happened in 1995-96, 1992-93, 1954-55 and 1950-51. Milan went on to win the title in each of those seasons.

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  1. Aji bukar umar Anna shuwa says:

    AC Milan are currently the most inform team in Europe alongside Aston Villa.milan are being led by the ever young talisman Zlatan ibrahimovic based on current it will not be a surprise to see them winning the league and appearing in the UEFA Champions league.

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