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AC Milan vs Dinamo Zagreb match stats
Milan haven’t won any of their last six home Champions League games (three draws and three losses). This is their longest ever run without a home victory in the competition. Milan’s last victory at the San Siro was against Celtic back in September 2013 (2-0).
Under the current group stage format (since 2003/04), the only previous season in which Milan failed to win either of their opening two games in a Champions League campaign was last season, under current manager Stefano Pioli (two losses).
Along with scoring Milan’s equaliser on matchday one, Alexis Saelemaekers made five successful take-ons against RB Salzburg – only Vinícius Júnior (6 against Celtic) and Ousmane Dembélé (6 against Viktoria Plzeň) made more than the Belgian across the first matchday in this season’s Champions League. Since scoring four goals from five shots against Sevilla in December 2020 with Chelsea, Olivier Giroud has only managed one goal in 11 UEFA Champions League appearances. The Milan forward has only had eight shots and five on target across those 11 games, including six efforts in six games for his current side.
Dinamo Zagreb had just 31.8% possession against Chelsea last time out; the third-lowest of any team on matchday one, and the lowest of any team who managed to avoid defeat. Indeed, only Shakhtar Donetsk (five against RB Leipzig) had fewer shots than Dinamo Zagreb (six against Chelsea) among teams who won their opening game in this season’s Champions League.
Mislav Orsic scored Dinamo Zagreb’s winning goal in their 1-0 win over Chelsea, with Orsic netting five goals in seven Champions League appearances. He is Zagreb’s leading scorer in major European competition, scoring 18 goals in 37 appearances (in Champions League and Europa League).
Milan and Dinamo Zagreb will meet for the fifth time in European competition, with the Italian side coming into this game with a 100% record across the previous fixtures (4/4). This will be the first meeting between the sides since the 2000/01 season, however, when Milan won both games during a Champions League qualifying tie (3-1 at home, 3-0 on the road).