Just as I was idly wondering if I could pay Alexis Sánchez to come run circles around inanimate objects in my living room, much in the same manner as he is running through the AC Milan midfield, the Chilean goes and scores for Udinese, giving the visitors a 2-1 lead. The striker shook off Daniele Bonera to get behind the Milan defense, just in time to receive a perfect pass from his Chilean compatriot, Mauricio Isla. Cue the (deserved) wild celebrations from Udinese.
Milan have done very little in this game to convince observers that they have a lock on the scudetto. Their defense has been easily dismantled by both Sánchez and Antonio di Natale, with Bonera and Luca Antonini looking like the weakest links. Is this really a team that should be sitting top of the Serie A table? Udinese are set to convince us otherwise, determined to expose every one of the weaknesses of the Rossoneri.