AC Milan Stumbled at their first "Seria A" 2019/2020 league season

AC Milan recorded their first loss at Udinese in their opening game of the Serie A season on Sunday as the hosts' new Brazilian signing Rodrigo Becao scored a second-half winner.
The seven-time European champions were observed to be lacking inspiration in Udinese, against a determined home side who finished 12th last term after escaping relegation.
AC Milan finished fifth last season, missing out on Champions League qualification, and have been reportedly banned from this season's Europa League for financial fair play rules.
Media reports also revealed that Ac Milan have changed coaches with former Sampdoria boss "Marco Giampaolo" taking over from Gennaro Gattuso.
The only goal of the match came on 72 minutes when 23-year-old Becao connected with a Rodrigo De Paul corner to head past Gianluigi Donnarumma in the Milan goal.
"The negative result is not good, but I'll try to do an in-depth analysis and interpret certain things," said Gianpaolo.
"My vision of Milan is very different. It's not just Suso and Castillejo, but Piatek too. We need to build something different up front."

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