Rossoneri Disappointed as Il Toro dominates: Torino secures 3-1 victory Over Milan

Milan endured a disappointing loss to Torino in Serie A, conceding three goals due to a sluggish first-half performance.

Torino dominated the initial 45 minutes, scoring twice with headers before Ricardo Rodriguez added a stunning third goal.

Although Ismael Bennacer converted a penalty for Milan, they failed to make a comeback, seemingly saving energy for their last game against relegated Salernitana.

Torino, with 53 points, secured a ninth-place finish, while Milan settled for second place behind local rivals Inter.

Torino’s strength at home was evident with just two losses this season, showcasing a strong finish against Milan under Ivan Juric’s leadership.

Zapata played a crucial role for Torino, scoring eight headed goals this season, the highest in the top five European leagues, tying with Harry Kane.

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