Milan Need to Correct Their Offensive Woes to Get Going

Milan can chalk up the recent defeat to Juventus to bad luck and individual errors, as they were pulling the strings before Malick Thiaw’s early red card. They are no longer top of the table following their second loss of the season. They ceded the position to Inter, which have been the only other team to beat them so far.

Despite the justifications, the Rossoneri will have to solve some problems to right the ship, especially in the Champions League, where they have recorded two nil-nil draws so far. As Sky points out, they have struggled to score. They have hit the net 16 times in 11 matches, 6 fewer relative to 2022/2023 at this point. Inter (24), Napoli and Roma (20), and Fiorentina (18) are outpacing them in Serie A.

Olivier Giroud has fallen into a slump after a glorious start. He has found the target four times, three of which on penalty kicks. He hasn’t put his name in the stat sheet in 54 days. Their midfield hasn’t contributed much: Ruben Loftus-Cheek bagged the only goal of the entire department. Tijjani Reijnders and Yunus Musah have had some chances but weren’t clinical.

Milan could use three points versus PSG on Wednesday to rectify their going in the continental competition. The former Chelsea star will likely remain sidelined due to a lingering groin injury.

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