Milan vs. Frosinone  3 - 3

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Minute   Description
90' +5 CROSSBAR! WHAT A GAME! It was a poor free-kick from Frosinone, with the strike being directed straight into the wall. Milan countered at pace, with Balotelli leading the charge. He takes it past Russo with ease before thumping a rising strike at goal that clatters off the woodwork and away from danger!
90' +4 This really has been cruel on Frosinone, who have been penalised by a poor bit of officiating. However, they have the chance to make up for it now, as they are awarded a free-kick 30 yards from Milan’s goal after a foul on Ciofani by Romagnoli. Will there be one final twist in today’s tale?
90' +2 Penalty goal scored by J. Ménez for Milan!
GOOOOAAAAALLLLL!! MENEZ HAMMERS HOME FROM THE SPOT! Well, while it is heartbreaking for Frosinone, it is huge for Milan in their race for European football as Menez, only recently on as a substitute, steps up to convert the penalty in style with a composed finish into the bottom-left corner.
90' V. Pryyma gets yellow.
PENALTY TO MILAN! That is horrible for Frosinone! And extremely harsh to say the least. It is the substitute Pryyma who is the culprit, as a point-blank strike hits his arm. He could do nothing to avoid the ball, but nevertheless the official has deemed that it is worthy of a second spot-kick for the hosts.
89' Milan are getting desperate now, punting raking, diagonal passes over the top in the hopes of picking out one of their four attackers. But it is all too crowded in the final third, and Frosinone's defence are staying steadfast as they look to see out what would be a vital victory in their bid for top-flight survival.
87' Superb defending once more from Frosinone, as they desperately try to hold onto their slender advantage. Adriano looks set to drill in an effort after he received the ball right on the cusp of the penalty area, but both Russo and Ajeti drive out and smother the striker before he can get a shot away.
85' OFFSIDE! That was almost a breakthrough for the visitors, as Ciofani did well to take the ball under his spell on the halfway line before threading a throughball into the path of Paginini, but the Frosinone winger had strayed well offside.
83' Milan are lumping on the pressure now, as you would expect. Unbeknown to the players, Sassuolo have now taken the lead against Verona, meaning that, as it stands, the hosts must win this game if they are to retain sixth place.
80' A. Rosi enters the game and replaces O. Kragl.
Stallone reacts to that third and final change by the hosts by making a substitution of his own, taking off Oliver Kragl - who put Frosinone 2-0 up with that stunning free-kick on the stroke of half-time. The German’s replacement is Aleandro Rosi.
79' A final roll of the dice now from Brocchi, as he goes with four strikers for the final 10 minutes or so by introducing Jeremy Menez in place of Jose Mauri.

Serie A table

# Team MP D P
1 38 +55 91
2 38 +48 82
3 38 +42 80
4 38 +12 67
5 38 +18 64
6 38 +9 61
7 38 +6 57
8 38 +0 54
9 38 -2 50
10 38 -3 46
11 38 -9 46
12 38 -3 45
13 38 -6 45
14 38 -12 42
15 38 -13 40
16 38 -27 39
17 38 -25 39
18 38 -20 38
19 38 -41 31
20 38 -29 28
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