Last night AC Milan side won their match against the Fiorentina by the margin of 2-1 goal, and they keep their European dream alive with that win.
The 42 year old Italian football manager and AC Milan manager dedicated the win to the outgoing AC Milan owner Silvio Berlusconi.
In a compelling contest all the three goals came in the first half of the match, Juraj Kucka scored the first goal in that match and gave AC Milan side the lead, but after few minutes Nikola Kalinic canceled out Kucka’s goal, but AC Milan player Gerard Deulofeu scored a wonderful goal for them and that’s proven to be the winner for them.
It was possibly the last game for AC Milan owner Berlusconi as in the next month the Chinese owner will take over the charge of AC Milan, and it was Milan’s second win in their last seven games.
In the post match conference he said: "I don't know if it's the last game, but on behalf of the squad I dedicate this victory to president Berlusconi and the director,"
"We are happy to have given them this small gift.
"I can only say that the world of football owes a great deal to Berlusconi. His Milan was the most successful Italian club and known all over the world.
"I don't know what will happen, but I do know we must thank the president, his ideas and his history."
In last night’s match the away team dominated the match from first to last but still the AC Milan coach was happy with his men’s performance and with that win they are now just four points aback from the fifth spot and to secure their spot in the Europa league.
He added: "This is a deserved success, as we created more scoring opportunities than they did,"
"We could've finished it off in the first half. In the second, it's true that Fiorentina forced us to go deep, but I don't remember a real shot on target from them.
"We decided to invite the Viola forward so we could hit them on the counter, but we didn't manage to take those chances.
"It's a victory that fills us with pride and keeps us in the running for Europe. In the head-to-head clashes we now have the advantage against both Lazio and Fiorentina, while we still have to play Inter and Atalanta again."