Europa League round-up: AC Milan fight back to beat Dudelange | Football News |

Europa League round-up: AC Milan fight back to beat Dudelange  | Football News |

Europa League round-up: AC Milan fight back to beat Dudelange  | Football News |

Milan’s Patrick Cutrone celebrates after opening the scoring at San Siro

Italian giants AC Milan survived a major fright against Luxembourg minnows Dudelange at San Siro, trailing 2-1 midway through the second period against a team that had lost all four of their group games.

But a major upset was averted with four goals in a 15-minute spell as Fabio Borini’s strike sealed a nervy win that leaves Milan second in Pool F, one point behind Real Betis, who were 1-0 conquerors of Olympiakos and reached the round of 32 thanks to Sergio Canales’ strike.

Zenit St Petersburg’s 1-0 home win against Pool C rivals FC Copenhagen – Robert Mak scored the only goal after 59 minutes – saw them win their group, but Slavia Prague’s hopes of joining them were dented by a 2-0 defeat in Bordeaux.

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