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AC Milan Beat Fiorentina At The San Siro As Francesco Camarda Breaks Debut Records

The Rossoneri get lucky and survive 97 minutes to take home three points after weeks as the concern grows ahead of key fixtures.

AC Milan v ACF Fiorentina - Serie A TIM Photo by Francesco Scaccianoce/Getty Images

AC Milan returned to winning ways against Fiorentina at the San Siro last night as Stefano Pioli’s side nabbed a 1-0 victory. The game was awful from Milan’s perspective with heavy rotations and a lack of understanding amongst the starting line up. Chances were few and far apart but somehow we managed to take all three points.

Theo Hernandez scored a penalty to win the game as he was brought down in the box after a good through ball from Luka Jovic. The left back was calm and buried it right before the end of the first half. Mike Maignan made some big saes but also had a rough game.

Francesco Camarda made the headlines in an otherwise drab affair becoming the youngest ever debutant for at 15 years and 260 days for AC Milan and in Serie A overall. He takes the crown from Paolo Maldini for the Rossoneri and Wisdom Amey of Bologna for Serie A. The youth striker has over 500 goals across his career in the academy and now the Primavera.

The win allows Milan to get back into third place in the table ahead of Napoli but remain far off Juventus and Inter Milan in the top two spots.