Milan beat Fiorentina and consolidated its leadership

Rome – Milan consolidated its leadership in the Italian Football League by defeating its guest Fiorentina 1-0 in the match that brought them together today, Sunday, in the thirty-fifth stage of the Italian Football League, which also saw the Turin won 3-1 over Empoli and Juventus beat Venezia 2-1. Inter Milan beat Udinese 2-1.

Milan owes this victory to its player, Rafael Leao, who scored the only goal of the match in the 82nd minute.

Milan raised their score to 77 points at the top of the standings, and Fiorentina’s score stopped at 56 points in seventh place.

In the second match, Torino canceled his goal against host Empoli to win 3/1

Empoli went ahead with a goal from Simon Zurkovsky in the 56th minute, before Andrea Belotti scored a hat-trick for Torino in the 78th and 87th minutes from penalties and the sixth after extra time.

The match witnessed the expulsion of Valerio Ferri and Peter Stojanovic, Empoli players, in the 61st and 85th minutes.

Torino raised its score to 47 points in tenth place, and Empoli’s balance stopped at 37 points in fourteenth place.

In the third match, veteran defender Leonardo Bonucci led his team, Juventus, to a thrilling 2-1 victory over wild card Venezia.

And the first half ended with Juventus in the lead with a Bonucci goal in the seventh minute.

Mattia Aramo equalized for Venezia in the 71st minute, but after just five minutes Bonucci scored the winner for Juventus.

The victory raised Juventus’ tally to 69 points in fourth place, and Venezia’s balance stopped at 22 points in last place, moving one step closer to relegation.

In the fourth match, Inter Milan defeated their host Udinese 2-1.

Inter Milan’s goals were scored by Ivan Perisic and Lataro Martínez in the 12th and 39th minutes, while Udinese’s goal was scored by Inacio Pussetto in the 72nd minute.

Inter Milan increased its score to 75 points in second place, and Udinese’s balance stopped at 43 points in twelfth place.

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