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Kevin Prince Boateng sent off as AC Milan slump to another defeat

Posted On Sunday, 23rd September 2012
Ghanaian midfielder Kevin Prince Boateng was sent off as AC Milan's season slumped to a new low on Sunday as lost 2-1 at Udinese on Sunday.

Kevin Prince Boateng could not believe it as he was sent off

Ghanaian midfielder Kevin Prince Boateng was sent off as AC Milan’s season slumped to a new low on Sunday as lost 2-1 at Udinese on Sunday.

Milan had two players sent off as their chances of catching leaders Juventus fades.

It was their third defeat in four Serie A games with Boateng comounding their problems.

Roberto Di Natale scored the winner for Udinese with a 68th minute penalty, while the visitors had Cristian Zapata and second-half substitute Boateng dismissed.

Milan have not won a game at San Siro this season in any competition in five attempts.

Milan were facing opponents who, like themselves, are struggling to rebuild after selling their top players during the close season.

Udinese, who had not previously won a game this season in any competition, went ahead five-minutes before the break when Swedish striker Mathias Ranegia scored from close range following a free kick.

Boateng, rested from the starting line-up, came on in the 52nd minute and had an immediate impact as he was involved a move which ended with Stephan El Shaaraway rifling the equaliser from 30 metres.

Milan, who channeled too much energy into arguing with the referee and wrangling with their opponents, failed to build on that and fell behind again in the 68th minute.

Zapata tripped Ranegia, picking up his second yellow card in three minutes, and 35-year-old Di Natale converted from the spot.

Milan’s hopes of fighting back ended when Boateng was booked for fouls on Giampiero Pinzi and Roberto Pereyra and was also dismissed in the 83rd minute, the low point in yet another inept display by the visitors.

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READERS COMMENTS

  1. GH FUO, THINK BIG!!! says:

    GOOD FOR YOU. THIS FOOL IS NOTHING BUT A LAZY PLAYER. GERMANY SAW THAT N BY PASSED HIM, N YET GH WENT IN GOO GOO GAGAH OVER HIM. THIS 3TW3 PLAYER WHO REFUSES TO PLAY FOR GH, CANT EVEN SCORE AT HIS CLUB. WHAT WILL HE DO ONCE HE PLAYS FOR GH N CLUB? AC MILAN WILL GIVE ON HIM REAL SOON, JUST WATCH…..

  2. aponkye says:

    Who’s Roberto Di Natale? And why do you keep posting news about this traitor, ghetto boy.

  3. T r o y says:

    ??? kelvin needs a career revival, he needs to rescind his decision now and come back to play ƒ?r *GH* or everything will crush on him.

  4. MYQUE says:

    PRIDE COMES BEFORE A FALL.

  5. Thinking aloud says:

    More injuries,more red cards,less sex and ur ugly long thing sex adict prostitute gold digger beau dawg u jux as u ve done 2 GH, afterall we got a more talented guy in Atsu.amen

  6. Dr Who says:

    He is the Jonah in AC Milan‘s ship & the earlier they throw him to the whale,the better it would be for them.

  7. nii adama says:

    If ac millan get two red cards obviously kp wil b involved.want to b world best playr ma ass..





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