Roma Vs. AC Milan, 2011 Serie A: 2-1 Milan At Halftime

Roma aren't having their best day, and now it's being made slightly worse - Fabio Borini's off injured (probably thanks to the efforts of Dutch-menace-to-humanity Mark van Bommel earlier, for which he received a yellow card). Bojan Krkic comes on in his place, which should be interesting - they're very different players and this probably means that Roma's buildup play's going to be more intricate.

Meanwhile, Milan are having fun trying shots from range, with Kevin-Prince Boateng having himself a go just after Zlatan Ibrahimovic screwed a volley well wide. Boateng's shot ends up doing something similar. Anyway, we're coming up to the end of the first half, which has seen some hilariously bad marking on crosses for both teams, and there it goes. Three peeps from the referee and we're taking a short break. It's Roma 1-2 AC Milan at the Stadio Olimpico, with Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Nicolas Burdisso and Alessandro Nesta the scorers.

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