After the draw against Salzburg (1-1), Milan won against Dinamo Zagreb (1-3) on this second day of the Champions League in a match dominated by the ‘rossoneri’ but in which they had to react with maturity to the goal of the Croatian team that reopened the match and in which Brahim Díaz left one of the most outstanding performances of the season.

Milan started to gain ground against a Dinamo who were clearly not reluctant to relinquish control by setting up two well-defined, solid and orderly lines in the face of any break-in attempt by the ‘Rossonera’.

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