After the 0-0 draw against Bologna on Monday night, some concerns have once again arisen about AC Milan’s inability to score goals freely.
Il Corriere della Sera (via MilanNews) writes how the weekend was supposed to be a round where the Rossoneri extended their advantage over Napoli and/or Inter but not only did they fail to do that, but the slip-up against Bologna means that Napoli and Inter cut the gap.
The disappointing 0-0 home draw against the Rossoblu left a bad taste in the mouth and a big worry emerged: in the last six games across league and cup Milan have scored just four goals. The goal crisis concerns the forwards in particular, because the last two Rossoneri scorers were Kalulu and Bennacer.
Stefano Pioli does not have a player who has hit double figures in the league, with Giroud, Ibrahimovic and Leao all on 8 goals. If the team are to stand a chance of winning the league, Milan must immediately find goals from the forwards who must return to being more clinical.