We've seen this one before from AC Milan: Zlatan Ibrahimovic slices a pass through the Catania defense, with Robinho waiting on the left side to send the ball towards the goal. This time, though, Clarence Seedorf managed to get on the end of the pass. Or someone did, anyway. It's most likely an own goal, that most dubious of distinctions, will be awarded to Francesco Lodi of Catania.
Just two minutes later, Gianluca Zambrotta adds another for Milan. Alberto Aquilani's free kick was pushed away by a diving Mariano Andújar, but he only managed to put it in the path of both Mario Yepes and Zambrotta. Zambrotta was the one that put the ball in the back of the net, and now it's 4-0 Milan.
Fifteen minutes remain to play, and you have to wonder if Catania will even bother anymore. Vincenzo Montella's team had been impressive in recent weeks, undefeated through six, but only a miracle will save this team now.