Woodwork leaders and unbeaten runs: All the key stats from Milan’s draw against Parma

By Oliver Fisher -

In the end Milan fought incredibly hard to come from two goals down and earn a draw against Parma as Theo Hernandez’s brace rescued the Rossoneri.

After finding themselves 2-0 down in the second-half, the Frenchman took matters into his own hands by scoring with a header from a corner and equalising in the 91st minute with a clean strike into the bottom right corner.

Below are seven of the best match facts from the draw at San Siro, courtesy of the official website

➤ Milan remain unbeaten after the first eleven matches of a Serie A season for the first time since the 2003/4 season.

➤ The Rossoneri have gone twelve unbeaten at home in Serie A for the first time since 2013.

➤ Theo Hernández is the first Milan defender to score a brace in a Serie A match since Alessandro Nesta did so against Chievo in October 2009.

➤ In the past 15 years (since 2004-5), Hakan Çalhanoğlu is the fourth player to hit the woodwork three times in a single Serie A match. Immobile did so in 2017 (vs. Bologna), Salah in 2016 (vs Bologna) and Arturo Di Napoli in 2005 (vs. Sampdoria).

➤ Milan hit the frame of the goal three times in a single Serie A half for the first time since Opta has kept this data (since the 2004/5 season).

➤ No side has hit the woodwork more than Milan (11) this season.

➤ Following the defeat of Atletico Madrid on Saturday, Milan are the only unbeaten side left in the top five European leagues since they restarted back in May.

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