MILANELLO - Here is the list of 18 players Carlo Ancelotti has called up for tomorrow's friendly in Kiev. GOALKEEPERS: Fiori, Kalac; DEFENDERS: Bonera, Cafu, Digao, Favalli, Nesta; MIDFIELDERS: Brocchi, Emerson, Ancelotti (39), Aubameyang P. (53), Furlan (42), Rampinini (40); STRIKERS: Aubameyang W., Gilardino, Pato (7), Caraglia (38), Cosner (41).
Serie A Week 2 - 3/9/07 (17.00 UK) Milan 1 - 1 Fiorentina Kaka pen 27 (M), Mutu 56 (F)
Adrian Mutu fought back for Fiorentina after Kaka's penalty to earn a 1-1 draw at Milan, so neither side stays on top of the table.
This match was moved to Monday evening due to Milan's 3-1 European Super Cup win over Sevilla on Friday August 31. Carlo Ancelotti was tempted to rotate the squad, but stayed with much the same line-up - introducing Alberto Gilardino for continental specialist Pippo Inzaghi - for what was a head-to-head battle for the Serie A leadership. Gennaro Gattuso played despite needing stitches for a cut above his eye, picked up during that Monaco match.
Fiorentina were without the injured Riccardo Montolivo, so Mario Alberto Santana started and in the opening minutes his first touch wasted a great counter-attack opportunity set up by Adrian Mutu.
Gilardino's volley was charged down and he was not alert enough to turn in the loose ball. Moment
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AC Milan came from behind to defeat Sevilla FC 3-1 in Monaco and claim the UEFA Super Cup for a record fifth time on a night which served as a fitting tribute to the memory of Antonio Puerta. Honour Puerta appeared as a substitute as Sevilla defeated FC Barcelona 3-0 in the principality last year, and had tonight's game played in his honour following his death on Tuesday. It was to his team-mates' credit that they played with such verve in a first half which saw them open the scoring through Renato, only to be undone by second-half strikes from Filippo Inzaghi, Marek Jankulovski and Kaká as the Rossoneri added this trophy to the UEFA Champions League won in May. Kaká denied Renato took just seven minutes to open the scoring in last year's defeat of Barça, and he had a presentable chance to eclipse that mark tonight following that rarest of things - a gift from Massimo Oddo. The Italy right-back fluffed an attempted clearance straight into the p
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MONTECARLO - The European Supercup final at the Stade Louis II has just finished: Milan have beaten Sevilla 3-1 with goals in the second half by Inzaghi in the 55th minute, Jankulovski in the 62nd, Kaká from a penalty in the 87th minute. For Sevilla, Renato had scored in the 14th minute of the first half.
MONTECARLO - These will be the encounters programmed for Milan in the 2007-2008 Champions League group stage:
Milan-Benfica: 18 september 2007 Celtic Glasgow-Milan: 3 october 2007 Milan-Shakhtar Donetsk: 24 october 2007 Shakhtar Donetsk-Milan: 6 november 2007 Benfica-Milan: 28 november 2007 Milan-Celtic: 4 december 2007