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Isaac Success and Kingsley Ehizibue dampen Milan’s top four hope

Isaac Success was at his best as Udinese recorded an impressive 3-1 win over AC Milan on Saturday night.

Success provided one assist and involved in another goal for the Friulani who ended a six game winless streak despite missing the service of Gerard Deulofeu, Enzo Ebosse and Adam Masina.

Udinese went in front with just ten minutes into the match when Roberto Pereyra, beat Mike Maignan from inside the box.

Milan drew level through Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s penalty after Udinese defender was penalized for handling the ball in the box.

The Swede smashed the ball into the roof of the net on his second attempt and made history as the oldest ever Serie A scorer, aged 41 years and 166 days.

Udinese however reclaim their lead on the stroke of half time, when Isaac Success got down the left flank and pulled back from the by-line, for Beto to tap in from six yards.

The Super Eagles star had a hand in the third goal that sealed the game for Udinese. Success out muscle his marker from the left before  passing to Destiny Udogie who pulled it back across for Kingsley Ehizibue to tap in at the back post.

Ehizibue now has two goals in 22 Serie A games for Udinese this season, with 7 assists in 27 matches.

The painful 3-1 defeat further dampened the top four hopes of the series A reigning Champions.

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