It’s been more than a year since that horrible afternoon at San Siro, when Milan turned what could have been a beautiful occasion in front of the eyes of the world into a disaster. We all remember the 0-0 draw against Samp to this day.
The Rossoneri had several chances in the game and they lacked the composure to convert them, which can be said for Sampdoria as well. On more than one occasion, the away side had an open goal to aim at but failed to score.
It’s no surprise, therefore, that the game was labelled the worst of the 2019/20 season. Perhaps the expectations made it look worse, but it arguably wasn’t good. It’s not the comeback Zlatan Ibrahimovic was hoping for, but now they are up and running.