Filippo in action as Milan reach second-leg tie with Udinese

Filippos goal against Udinese on Tuesday night was his first for the club since February 2016.

The Italian striker scored a header to give Milan a 2-1 win against the Italian champions in the Rossoneri’s first leg at the San Siro.

The Rossonerio also added to its unbeaten run in the Champions League with a 2–1 win over Atalanta on Tuesday. “

I think this is a great start for us, we’ve always played with an attacking mentality and now we’ve achieved that goal with a goal.”

The Rossonerio also added to its unbeaten run in the Champions League with a 2–1 win over Atalanta on Tuesday.

“It’s a good result for us because it shows that we are a team that can win matches and is a very competitive team,” said Milan coach Maurizio Sarri.

“Our performances have been really good.

We’re not playing at our best, but I’m very happy that we’re not going to concede any more goals.”

The Italian club’s previous home win over Udinese came in January 2016 when Alessandro Florenzi headed in a cross from Zdenek Zeman.

The Italians are now unbeaten in their last five Champions League matches against the Nerazzurri.