Early this morning, in the third round of the Europa League qualifying round, AC Milan defeated Norwegian team Bodo Grint 3-2 at home and advanced to the play-offs. With this victory, Milan increased the number of consecutive unbeaten matches in all competitions to 16 games, maintaining 16 consecutive unbeaten matches in all competitions for the first time since December 2008.
At home against Bodo Grint, Milan, after conceding a goal first, relied on Charhanoglu to score twice and make the first goal of the 18-year-old striker Kolombo, who made his debut on behalf of the first team, 3-2 Reversed and defeated the opponent and advanced to the Europa League play-offs.
With this victory, Milan won 3 consecutive wins in all competitions at the beginning of the new season, and at the same time increased the team's consecutive unbeaten matches in all competitions to 16 games, with a record of 12 wins and 4 draws. This is the first time AC Milan has won 16 unbeaten matches in all competitions since December 2008.
In December 2008, the Rossoneri under the leadership of Ancelotti also maintained an unbeaten record of 16 consecutive games.
Milan's next game will be the second round of Serie A away against Crotone. If they can remain unbeaten, they will break the above unbeaten record.