AC Milan Donates, Borussia Dortmund Qualifies For The Last 16 Of The Champions League
Borussia Dortmund celebrated Karim Adeyemi's (middle) goal in the match against AC Milan. (Twitter @BVB)

JAKARTA - AC Milan fell at home and acknowledged Borussia Dortmund's superiority. In a duel in Group F of the Champions League at the San Siro Stadium, Wednesday, November 29 in the morning WIB, Dortmund beat Milan 3-1. The victory brought Dortmund to the last 16.

Olivier Giroud's penalty missed the start of Milan's defeat. Although he had time to rise to equalize the score, the Rossoneri finally had to admit Dortmund's superiority.

A disappointing defeat to Milan. Moreover, they actually had good capital after defeating Fiorentina 1-0 in the Italian Serie A competition.

However, this victory was not enough to become Milan's capital to serve on fire Dortmund. Milan also fell at home.

The result made Dortmund qualify for the last 16 after getting 10 points and being ranked first in Group F.

With one more game remaining, Newcastle United, who are in third place after drawing 1-1 against Paris Saint-Germain, could not catch Dortmund's points.

Meanwhile, Milan, who have just collected fifth points at the bottom of the standings. The chance to qualify for the knockout round is still open. Milan's only fate depends on PSG and Newcastle United's final match.

In that duel, Milan actually started well. They master the game and have the opportunity to excel when they get a penalty in the sixth minute.

The penalty was given after Dortmund defender Nico Schlotterbeck touched the ball in the forbidden box. Schlotterbeck's strong protest questioning the referee's decision was ignored.

Giroud took the penalty. Unfortunately, the French national team veteran striker's shot was blocked by goalkeeper Gregor Kobel.

The failure slightly affected the confidence of Milan's players. It was proven that only four minutes later, it was Dortmund's turn to get a penalty. This time it was defender Davide Calabria who brought Jamie Bynoe-Gittens down in the penalty area.

Referee Istvan Kovacs (Rumania) immediately pointed to the spot. Midfielder Marco Reus successfully completed the penalty even though goalkeeper Mike Maignan almost saved his shot. Score 1-0 to Dortmund.

But the visitors' advantage did not last long. Milan winger Samuel Chukwueze managed to equalize the score in the 37th minute.

He completed Calabria's assist to beat Gobel. The 1-1 score lasted until the end of the first half.

In the second half, Dortmund controlled the game. Their attack began to threaten the host's defense.

As a result, in the 59th minute, Bynoe-Gittens managed to bring Dortmund back ahead. He took advantage of a pass from midfielder Marcel Sabitzer.

Furthermore, Karim Adeyemi confirmed Dortmund's victory. He scored after welcoming Reus' assist in the 69th minute. The score 3-1 for Dortmund closed the match at the San Siro.

The English, Chinese, Japanese, Arabic, and French versions are automatically generated by the AI. So there may still be inaccuracies in translating, please always see Indonesian as our main language. (system supported by