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Last Updated: Wednesday, 2 May 2007, 20:21 GMT 21:21 UK
As it happened: AC Milan 3-0 Man Utd (agg 5-3)
GOALFLASHES AND MAJOR INCIDENTS (all times BST)

By Charlie Henderson

  • Have your say on BBC Five Live's 606 with Alan Green from 2200 BST. The number to call is 0500 909 693 or you can send a text to 85058. Alternatively, get involved on the 606 messageboards.

    Player rater: Just five Manchester United players rank above five on the final whistle. Even that could be considered overly generous. Kaka is your man of the match a shade shy of nine, but it is a travesty of justice that Massimo Oddo is scratching around in the mid sixes.

    "Brilliant play from Milan. Man United were absolutely terrible. The star players didn't turn up and when you have mediocre players like Brown, O'Shea and Fletcher you're asking for trouble."
    lewood007 on the 606 messageboards

    "Totally wrote off at the beginning of the season: semi final, league and final of the FA Cup! Congratulations Fergie - you turned it around. The likes of Rafa can only play for one competition. Fergie is in a different league."
    memyselfandpie on the 606 messageboards

    "I can't believe how Manchester United started with such a lack of belief. And even when they got themselves going they weren't quite good enough. United's big players didn't perform."
    Jan Molby, BBC Radio Five Live analyst

    2137: Coaches Rafael Benitez and Carlo Ancelotti will be going for the second Champions League success in the fifth repeat final in the tournament.

    2136: The much-touted all-English final goes up in smoke. It will be AC Milan v Liverpool in Athens on Wednesday 23 May - a repeat of the 2005 final when the Reds came back from 3-0 down at the break to win on penalties. It is Milan's 11th final, which puts them one short of Real Madrid's record, and they will want revenge.

    2135: FULL-TIME AC Milan 3-0 Manchester United
    Now it is cheers. The final whistle goes on a magnificent performance from Milan. Skipper Paolo Maldini is quick to race from the touchline to embrace his team-mates. It will be yet another final for the veteran, if he proves his fitness, after the club were all but chucked out of the tournament at the start of the season.

    2134: Chants of 'Milan, Milan' echo around the San Siro.

    2133: Two hours ago we mentioned how AC Milan were the only team to overturn a semi-final deficit when they beat Manchester United in the 1958 tournament. That should have read they were the only team to have overturned a first-leg deficit in Europe's premier competition against United. They still are and United still haven't scored at the San Airo against AC.

    In terms of overturning first-leg deficits in the last four, it is not common but it does happen. Juventus did it most recently in 2003 and prior to tonight Juve were the only team to have done it in the last decade.

    2132: There will be three minutes of added time.

    2131: A Mexican wave wings its way around the ground.

    2130: A festival atmosphere is building at the San Siro. If the flights are full at least they could get a train/ferry combo across the Adriatic. Such a trip would take Liverpudlians days.

    2128: It is turning into a foul fest as Manchester United's frustrations spill over. Wes Brown brings down Kaka. The Brazilian is replaced by Giuseppe Favalli. None of the barbarian about him as he comes off, just a broad, toothy smile.

    2127: Gennaro Gattuso is substituted for his own good. Cafu comes on. Gattuso roars in delight as he reaches the sidelines. Shaven-headed with a beard on the way, his grimace has something of the barbarian about it.

    2126: Cristiano Ronaldo petulantly chops down Clarence Seedorf. The yellow card rules him out of Manchester United's first match in next season's competition.

    2124: It has all kicked off in midfield. Gennaro Gattuso is furious that Manchester United do not give the ball back to AC Milan after they play it out for Kaka to receive treatment. Gattuso is giving all sorts of gestures to Paul Scholes after getting booked.

    2122: The Rossoneri are rocking in the San Siro stands. They will be hitting the internet for cheap flights to Athens when they get home.

    2121: Manchester United still need two goals. Instead of securing a win, a brace will now take it to extra time.

    2120: GOAL AC Milan 3-0 Manchester United
    Surely that's that. Massimo Ambrosini releases Alberto Gilardino in acres of space on halfway. He bears down on goal and clinically clips the ball beyond the woefully exposed Edwin van der Sar. Guess that's what happens when you're chasing one at the other end.

    2119: Louis Saha's first touch is a header wide of the target. He did well to get on the end of Michael Carrick's deep, hanging pass, but he should have hit the target. That said, he would never have beaten Dida from that angle, wide on the left.

    2118: Less than 15 minutes to go and Louis Saha comes on for John O'Shea. It is attacking, but is it too late?

    2117: The magic spray is out for Gennaro Gattuso. The former Rangers man has a problem with his left calf. The spray does the trick.

    2116: A spiteful tackle by Massimo Ambrosini in a crowded midfield. Paul Scholes is on the receiving end. Skipper Ambrosini gets a yellow card.

    2114: Tit-for-tat. Finally we've got a real game on, apart from the fact that AC Milan are two goals to the good. Manchester United creep forward before Cristiano Ronaldo fires wide.

    2113: A second AC Milan corner as Gabriel Heinze heads a cross clear from Alberto Gilardino.

    2112: AC Milan have been subdued for a while, but here they come again. A quick break and Kaka's shot is deflected wide for a corner.

    2111: Dozy play from Clarence Seedorf. He gives the ball to Cristiano Ronaldo who attempts to run through Kakha Kaladze as he breaks. That was never going to come off.

    2109: But then again, with Manchester United enjoying their best spell why change it? The players out there are finally performing to something approaching their potential.

    2108: A first substitution of the night with Alberto Gilardino replacing Pippo Inzaghi. Hopefully Sir Alex Ferguson will not fall into the same trap that Jose Mourinho did last night when he finally got round to making his Chelsea changes far too late in the game.

    2107: This is the best Manchester United have had it tonight... but there is still no way through. It is like an adult holding a kid at arm's length with the child swinging wildly.

    2106: Ryan Giggs plays a ball into Wayne Rooney on the edge of the six-yard box. A turn and stabbed cross-cum-shot, but nobody is on the end of it. When the ball returns into the box he makes a right old hash of an overly extravagant scissors-kick.

    2105: Wayne Rooney plays in Darren Fletcher on the edge of the area, but his effort arrows wide.

    2104: Good possession from Manchester United, but Massimo Ambrosini pounces on a heavy first touch from Michael Carrick on the edge of the area to clear.

    2103: This is when Manchester United started that comeback against Everton at the weekend. And they only need two goals this time.

    2101: That will not cheer his mood. For the second time in quick succession Cristiano Ronaldo sees his free-kick hit the wall and he fails to get a decent connection with the follow up. The crowd are barracking him big time.

    2100: Gennaro Gattuso fouls Cristiano Ronaldo on the angle of the penalty area. The Portuguese player looks hugely distressed by everything. Remember Gazza at Italia 90. It is not far from that sort of face.

    2059: Dida comfortably claims the corner. He has his critics, but they will be outnumbered by those having a pop at Manchester United tomorrow.

    2058: Gennaro Gattuso is haunting Cristiano Ronaldo's every turn tonight. The midfielder breaks from the wall and blocks the free-kick for a corner.

    2057: A Manchester United surge and Paul Scholes wins a free-kick in a central position 30 yards out. Cristiano Ronaldo lines it up.

    2056: Clarence Seedorf and Kaka almost cap another break with an effort on goal, but the final pass goes astray on the edge of the box.

    2055: Kaka forces a fine save from Edwin van der Sar after holding off Nemanja Vidic on the right and then stepping inside the defender with a neat turn. That break stemmed from sloppy play from Cristiano Ronaldo - stepover, stepover, stepover, pass to nobody.

    Player rater: A real shift since the break. Every Manchester United player is under six - the back four are all under five - and every AC Milan player is above six, with Kaka closing in on nine and Massimo Oddo closing in on 6.60.

    2051: A lazy pass from Andrea Pirlo gifts possession to Manchester United on halfway. But there is no pace about United's break... and no end product as Dida gathers John O'Shea's cross.

    2050: A surge of noise in the San Siro as Kaka calls for greater support from the Rossoneri.

    2049: Michael Carrick's cross into the box spins away from Ryan Giggs. It is better than the first half from Manchester United, but not great.

    2048: Manchester United were 2-0 down to Juventus in the semi-final in 1999. Liverpool were 3-0 down to AC Milan in the 2005 final. And United trailed Everton 2-0 with just 30 minutes to go at the weekend. Anything can happen yet. Maybe.

    2047: Jan Molby wanted changes, but he has not got any. Manchester United re-start the action. They go to a 4-4-2 though with Cristiano Ronaldo up front.

    2046: "We need a good performance in the second half," says Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson. That's an understatement. He reckons the next goal is crucial.

    "To get themselves back into this Manchester United have to change. They have to go to a 4-4-2 with Louis Saha alongside Wayne Rooney. Gabriel Heinze is the worst player on the pitch and he has to go off and Michael Carrick can go off, the game has passed him by. Rio Ferdinand needs to come on and we will keep our fingers crossed."
    Jan Molby, BBC Radio Five Live analyst

    2040: Harlequins and England rugby union winger David Strettle is in for a shock when he gets home. The Manchester United supporter, who went to the first leg, is at an awards ceremony and has recorded the action. He tells Five Live: "Please, please, please be winning - especially after the Scousers got through."

    "We need to throw the kitchen sink at them, they'll not like it."
    Manufan87 on the 606 messageboards

    "How is Ronaldo getting a rating of 7.71 on the BBC 'rate players'? He's been a disgrace so far. The two flicks at the start were just pathetic."
    magicmunster on the 606 messageboards

    "This is ridiculous. Why can they not pull themselves together? Again it's the defence creating all sorts of calamities."
    devful23 on the 606 messageboards

    Player rater: No surprise in seeing Kaka close in on a mark of nine, but how on earth are Cristiano Ronaldo, Ryan Giggs and Wayne Rooney worth a rating of more than six?

    "Manchester United started weak and kept giving the ball away. AC Milan's dominance has been incredible."
    Jan Molby, BBC Radio Five Live analyst

    2031: HALF-TIME AC Milan 2-0 Manchester United
    Hopefully Sir Alex Ferguson put a European plug adaptor in his luggage so he can fire up that hairdryer.

    2030: Cristiano Ronaldo ekes out a millimetre of space which is just enough to get a shot in. It is high and wide.

    2028: A semblance of pressure from Manchester United as the home fans whistle for half-time.

    2026: The Milan tifosi absolutely love it as Gennaro Gattuso shoulders Cristiano Ronaldo off the ball with ease and contempt.

    2025: What a chance. Magnificent movement from AC Milan, Massimo Oddo breaks down the left and his square pass into the box is fired low and wide by Pippo Inzaghi.

    2024: A Darren Fletcher handball and Andrea Pirlo lines up an inviting free-kick in a central position 30 yards out. He scoops his effort high over the bar.

    2023: AC Milan on the attack down the right with Marek Jankulovski. John O'Shea heads the cross clear... for the time being.

    2022: Not sure anyone took any notice of what the referee said to them. There is a whole host of pushing and shoving in the box under a Ryan Giggs corner. Bodies on the ground and a free-kick to AC Milan.

    2021: A bit of a break as Belgian referee Frank De Bleeckere has words.

    2018: Gabriel Heinze clatters into Massimo Oddo. The Argentine is lucky to escape a booking which would earn a suspension. Then again, he probably won't need a plane ticket to Athens at this rate.

    2017: Manchester United are still chasing shadows out there. Two goals down, this is much more like Turin in 1999 now. Perhaps Sir Alex Ferguson's hairdryer will fire them up for the second half.

    2015: Manchester United now need to score two goals and not concede another if they are to got through.

    2014: GOAL AC Milan 2-0 Manchester United
    It had been coming. Who to blame? Manchester United attempt to play it out from defence and there is a hospital pass from Gabriel Heinze to Nemanja Vidic. He slips. AC Milan pounce. Andrea Pirlo's cross is headed out clear but only as far as Clarence Seedorf who cracks an effort home from the edge of the area ahead of Vidic's tackle.

    "United have got to stop lumping high balls to Wayne Rooney because he's pretty much isolated in the centre and has nobody to work off. They need to get the ball out to the left where Ronaldo is or switch Giggs and Ronaldo to their normal sides."
    Howard Nurse, BBC Sport website football editor at the San Siro

    2113: Massimo Oddo is studying for a Bachelor of Science in Sports Management and Economics. He reckons he should complete it by 2009. Sounds like leisurely study, the sort you can find in the pubs of Manchester - Europe's biggest university town.

    2112: AC Milan are as relentless as the rain. Possession pings left and right before Cristiano Ronaldo blocks Massimo Oddo's left-wing cross for a corner. Manchester United stand firm.

    2010: The only thing glummer than Sir Alex Ferguson is the soaked travelling support high up in the Gods. Cheer up. There's still more than an hour to go and it's not as bad as that 1999 semi-final in Juventus when Roy Keane and co were two down.

    2009: Unbelievable. The stats say Manchester United have had 51% of the possession. The 'possession' machine must be up the spout.

    2008: For two minutes AC Milan knock the ball around with ease. Manchester United cannot get close to it.

    2006: A second corner to Manchester United. Gabriel Heinze heads wide, well wide.

    2005: The players are absolutely sodden out there. Luxuriant Italian locks are hanging lank. That's the only lank thing about the hosts so far.

    2004: Almost 20 minutes gone and a first real threat from Manchester United. Ryan Giggs capitalises on an Alessandro Nesta mistake and races forward. Dida saves his low shot at the second attempt.

    2003: Ryan Giggs flights a floated free-kick into the box from the left which Marek Jankulovski heads clear. Here come Manchester United from the right, but as Wayne Rooney clips a ball forward the home defence step up as one. The next thing to go up is the offside flag.

    2002: AC Milan break and Andrea Pirlo cracks a shot away with his left foot which skips off the sodden turf and is wide of Edwin van der Sar's left post.

    2000: A watchful Wes Brown does enough to shield the ball from Pippo Inzaghi before Edwin van der Sar rushes out to slide on the ball towards the edge of his area.

    1959: Much has been made about the difference in age between these teams and at the moment it is men against boys out there.

    1957: Something for Manchester United fans to cheer. A corner. AC Milan comfortably clear.

    1956: That is enough to send AC Milan through to the final against Liverpool on away goals. Still a long way to go though. For any down-in-the-mouth Manchester United scroll down to our editor's previous entry. It will lift you.

    "Carlo Ancelotti enjoyed that goal even though he's soaked to the skin after spending the entire opening 12 minutes outside his dugout under the thunder and lightening."
    Howard Nurse, BBC Sport website football editor at the San Siro

    1955: GOAL AC Milan 1-0 Manchester United
    It is that man Kaka again with his third goal of the tie. Clarence Seedorf heads a long ball from the left to the edge of the box where the Brazilian cracks a low effort beyond Edwin van der Sar.

    1954: Piercing whistles for Cristiano Ronaldo are punctured by cheers as the shaven-headed Gennaro Gattuso tracks his every step before sliding in with a tackle.

    1953: Manchester United look rattled.

    1951: This rain is ridiculous.

    1950: Massimo Oddo crosses into the box. Kaka takes advantage of a Gabriel Heinze slip but sidefoots his volley straight at Edwin van der Sar. No clenched fist celebration from the Dutchman that time.

    1949: A strange replay. Edwin van der Sar seemed to celebrate that save with all the gusto of a Pepe Reina in a penalty shoot-out.

    1948: Blimey, AC Milan have made a blistering start out of the blocks. Clarence Seedorf spears a shot on goal which Edwin van der Sar tips over.

    1947: Three Manchester United men are out there with the threat of a booking hanging heavily over them. A yellow card for Cristiano Ronaldo, Paul Scholes or Gabriel Heinze would rule them out of the final. No AC Milan players are on a booking.

    1946: Kaka's up for this one. He drives forward down the left and holds off Nemanja Vidic before firing across the box. It was neither a shot nor a pull back. It should have been one or the other.

    1945: Milan get things started. Cristiano Ronaldo is roundly booed as he gets a first touch in. By the way boss, we will be reminding you of that prediction... if you're wrong.

    "I'm predicting a night of European glory for Manchester United. The soaking wet pitch will suit their rapid passing game and United's brilliant forward line will fancy their chances of forcing AC Milan keeper Dida into making a mistake. Question is, will Edwin van der Sar start flapping at the other end?"
    Howard Nurse, BBC Sport website football editor at the San Siro

    1943: Time for the toss. In Paolo Maldini's absence Massimo Ambrosini is skipper for the night. Ryan Giggs is wearing the Manchester United armband.

    "The rain's a little too heavy and it could have an effect on the game as the night goes on which will be a shame. But everything else is absolutely perfect."
    Jan Molby, BBC Radio Five Live analyst

    1942: Time for the Champions League anthem. Milan have won through in nine of their 11 semi-finals. Manchester United have won just two of their eight semi-finals.

    1941: Fans are cowering from the rain under anything they can get their hands on. Umbrellas, newspapers, carrier bags, placards or black and red flags the hosts have handed out.

    1940: It's all set up and the players emerge from the tunnel back into the downpour. Good weather for diving! AC Milan are in their traditional red and black stripes, while Manchester United are wearing white shirts and black shorts.

    1938: And how about this one? Sir Alex Ferguson has never lost a two-legged European tie as Manchester United manager after winning the first leg.

    1936: However, one of those victories was a semi-final when they beat Juventus in 1999 before going on to win the title. Juve's manager that day was Carlo Ancelotti... who is in charge of AC Milan. That's more like it.

    1934: And Manchester United have won only twice in Italy in 12 visits.

    1933: Suddenly things are not looking so rosy for Manchester United. Milan have never lost at home to English opposition in 11 matches.

    1932: Each time AC Milan have met and beaten Manchester United they have gone on to reach the final, losing in 1958, winning in 1969 and losing in 2005. You do not need to be a member of Mensa to complete that sequence. Beware Liverpool, they are due a win this time.

    1930: More on that 1958 tie which offers a rare historical precedent. It is the only time a team has come back from a first-leg deficit in the semi-finals of Europe's premier competition to win. AC Milan had also lost a first-leg lead at Old Trafford on that occasion.

    1929: A snap interview with Sir Alex Ferguson who says his side will be "paying attention" to Kaka. To paraphrase, they are aiming to snuff out the danger at the source. He is expecting an "open match". A lot of chat about "spirit" and a "fire in the dressing room". If he means that literally he seems very relaxed about it all!

    1928: As well as 2005, there was a 2-0 defeat in 1969, which laid the foundation for a 2-1 semi-final aggregate victory, and a 4-0 loss in 1958 which was also in the last four.

    1927: Manchester United have never won at the San Siro against AC Milan. In fact, they have never even scored in three visits.

    "I am so nervous. This game has to be one of the biggest games in Europe in the last decade. The whole of Europe is looking forward to it unlike that long ball boredom last night. Come on United."
    ForzaVelez

    1925: The players are warming up in pouring rain - it is absolutely teeming down. Just 20 minutes to go until the action starts.

    1923: There 12 survivors from that day, six from each team, when Hernan Crespo scored the only goal of the game.

    1922: Manchester United have also lost three matches in Europe this season. All have been on the road and prior to this season they had not won away in the Champions League proper in the previous two seasons - a run that included a 1-0 defeat to AC Milan.

    1920: AC Milan's last defeat actually at home came almost five months ago when Lille came to the San Siro in a Champions League group game in the first week of December. That was their second defeat in the group stages and the first-leg defeat makes it three in total in the competition this term.

    "The biggest noise outside the ground is from the thunderstorm which is heading towards the ground. There had been fears of trouble but there has been a lot of singing and good relations between the fans."
    Steven Chittenden, BBC Radio Five Live in Milan

    1917: Milan might be "off the pace" domestically, but they have not lost at home this year. Okay, there was a Serie A defeat to Italian champions and city rivals Inter in March, but AC were the designated away team that day.

    "Three English teams in the semi's and Milan 25 points off the pace in Serie A. Why on earth should we be worried? Gattusso will not mark us out of the match all on his lonesome whilst Milan are searching for a goal."
    memyselfandpie on the 606 messageboards

    1914: The 3-2 defeat in the first leg was their only reverse in 10 games and they are up to third in Serie A.

    1913: And they are in fine touch in the attacking third of the pitch having scored in each of their last 13 games. It is also 13 games since they failed to find the net in a home match. Too many 13s at 13 past the hour. Could be unlucky there.

    1910: What is in no doubt is that AC Milan need a goal to have any hope of progressing to the final in Athens and a potential revenge mission against Liverpool on 23 May.

    "The stadium is rocking with 35 minutes to kick-off. Not like at Old Trafford where there'd still be 40,000 fans outside at this stage. United will have to be brave to withstand this hostile atmosphere."
    Howard Nurse, BBC Sport website football editor at the San Siro

    1908: Grey skies and the players are out warming up in the rain. 'We Will Rock You' blazes out over the San Siro PA. Here comes the guitar solo. Get your air guitars out.

    "The San Siro is awesome. The seating is so steep that the Manchester United fans way up in the gods behind one of the goals will need binoculars to see the pitch. It's pretty high in the press box too where there are 200 journalists from across the world."
    Howard Nurse, BBC Sport website football editor at the San Siro

    "Manchester United are more than capable of getting a goal."
    Jan Molby, BBC Radio Five Live analyst

    1901: No wonder Sir Alex Ferguson has adopted a kind of basketball mentality of 'Whatever you score, we'll score more'.

    1858: Manchester United's last clean sheet on the road was two months ago at Liverpool, their potential opponents in the final of this competition.

    1857: The Red Devils are six games unbeaten, but in that time they have kept only one clean sheet against Sheffield United at home. They have only had three cleans sheets in their last 18 games.

    1855: A 0-0 stalemate will do for Sir Alex Ferguson's side tonight, but do not bet on it. Manchester United have not been involved in a goalless draw all season.

    1852: Pippo Inzaghi's involvement should also help in the goals department. 'Superpippo' has scored 40 times in 67 Champions League appearances.

    1849: And that wasn't just a one off. Manchester United's last 10 games have witnessed 40 goals, while AC Milan have been involved in 34 over a similar time frame. Liverpool and Chelsea are tipping the scales at 21 apiece in that department.

    1845: While Liverpool and Chelsea mustered just two goals in 210 minutes of football, Manchester United and AC Milan have already racked up five in 90 minutes.

    AC Milan team news
    Pippo Inzaghi does start for AC Milan, with Alberto Gilardino dropping out. Their other change from the first-leg loss sees Kakha Kaladze come in for the injured Paolo Maldini. Gennaro Gattuso starts.

    Team: Dida, Oddo, Nesta, Kaladze, Jankulovski, Gattuso, Pirlo, Seedorf, Ambrosini, Kaka, Inzaghi. Subs: Kalac, Cafu, Gilardino, Favalli, Bonera, Serginho, Brocchi.

    1842: Bearing in mind Gabriel Heinze and Wes Brown struggled to contain James Vaughan and Leon Osman at the weekend, the return of Nemanja Vidic will be a boost with Pippo Inzaghi expected to play for AC Milan.

    "Word has it that Rio Ferdinand was left on the bench because it was just too big a risk to start with him. He's also a bit of insurance in case Nemanja Vidic breaks down after nearly five weeks out."
    Howard Nurse, BBC Sport website football editor at the San Siro

    Manchester United team news:
    Nemanja Vidic starts for the Premiership leaders. He replaces the suspended Patrice Evra in the only change from the first leg, with Gabriel Heinze moving across to left-back.

    Team: Van der Sar, O'Shea, Brown, Vidic, Heinze, Ronaldo, Fletcher, Scholes, Carrick, Giggs, Rooney. Subs: Kuszczak, Ferdinand, Saha, Smith, Solskjaer, Richardson, Eagles.

    1838: By the way, pedants don't need a second invitation to go on about the fact AC Milan play at the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, but for reasons of brevity and associated keyboard speed it is very much the San Siro here tonight. It sounds better as well!

    1836: But fast forward to tonight and we should be in for a right rollicking ride between AC Milan and Manchester United at the San Siro.

    1835: Last night's semi-final had a dramatic denouement - this is a European night so some French seems apt even though they rarely reach this stage - but prior to that it was too tight, too tense and terribly tedious at times too.



  • SEE ALSO
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    02 May 07 |  Europe
    Jan Molby's Euro verdict
    02 May 07 |  Europe
    Champions League photos
    02 May 07 |  Football
    Man Utd 3-2 AC Milan
    24 Apr 07 |  Europe
    Lawro's Euro verdict
    24 Apr 07 |  Man Utd


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