Torino 0-7 AC Milan – Milan on fire, scoring 7 without reply at the Stadio Olimpico di Torino

Stefano Pioli’s men secure all 3 points after victory away to Torino on Wednesday
Torino vs. AC Milan
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AC Milan defeat Torino 7-0 on Wednesday at the Stadio Olimpico di Torino. Torino wanted to continue adding points following a disappointing 1-1 draw with Hellas Verona in their previous game while Milan were hoping to increase their winning streak after back-to-back victories against Juventus and Benevento. After today’s result, Torino are currently 16th with 35 points from 36 matches, while Milan sit in 3rd, with 75 points from 36.

Rossoneri started the game well, with Theo Hernandez opening the rout in the 19th minute. However they weren’t finished yet and Franck Kessie made it 2-0 in the 26th minute and the first half ended 0-2.

Milan staged a comeback in the second half, with an early goal from Brahim Diaz in the 50th minute. The momentum was now with Milan, who then scored again through a second effort from Theo Hernandez at the 62 minute mark to establish a 4-0. Rossoneri looked to have the game under control when they scored again and incerased their lead, thanks to a goal from Ante Rebic in the 67th minute to establish a 5-0. Milan looked to have the game under control when they scored again, thanks to a effort from Ante Rebic, 72 minutes in to establish a 6-0. They then scored again, increasing their advantage thanks to a hat trick effort from Ante Rebic at the 79 minute mark with a final score of 7-0.

For Torino, Simone Verdi, Tomas Rincon and Cristian Ansaldi, came on for Daniele Baselli, Karol Linetty and Ricardo Rodriguez. Milan brought on Soualiho Meite, Rade Krunic, Diogo Dalot, Rafael Leao and Mario Mandzukic, to replace Ismael Bennacer, Brahim Diaz, Theo Hernandez, Hakan Calhanoglu and Ante Rebic.

There were bookings for Daniele Baselli and Karol Linetty from Torino. For Milan, Ismael Bennacer saw yellow.

Torino will next play Spezia Calcio away, with Milan facing Cagliari at home.

Technical card:
Torino: Salvatore Sirigu, Bremer, Lyanco, Alessandro Buongiorno, Wilfried Stephane Singo, Karol Linetty (Tomas Rincon, min.56), Rolando Mandragora, Daniele Baselli (Simone Verdi, min.56), Ricardo Rodriguez (Cristian Ansaldi, min.56), Federico Bonazzoli and Simone Zaza
AC Milan: Gianluigi Donnarumma, Davide Calabria, Fikayo Tomori, Simon Kjaer, Theo Hernandez (Diogo Dalot, min.69), Samu Castillejo, Brahim Diaz (Rade Krunic, min.63), Ismael Bennacer (Soualiho Meite, min.46), Franck Kessie, Hakan Calhanoglu (Rafael Leao, min.70) and Ante Rebic (Mario Mandzukic, min.80)
Stadium: the Stadio Olimpico di Torino
Goals: Theo Hernandez (0-1, min. 19), Franck Kessie (0-2, min. 26), Brahim Diaz (0-3, min. 50), Theo Hernandez (0-4, min. 62), Ante Rebic (0-5, min. 67), Ante Rebic (0-6, min. 72) and Ante Rebic (0-7, min. 79)