Elmas’ sixth-minute header is the only difference between the two sides as Napoli come away from San Siro with all-three points. The early goal allowed the visitors to hit on the counter-attack, exposing the Milan full-backs; especially without the presence of Theo Hernandez. Milan for the most part relied on the physicality of first Ibrahimovic and then Giroud to trouble Ospina but Rrahmani was a calming presence at the back - repelling any danger in the penalty area. The Rossoneri thought they had a late equaliser for the second match in a row after Kessie’s finish following a penalty area scramble but a lengthy VAR review resulted in a handball on Kalulu which meant the goal had to be disallowed. Milan fail to impress yet again as Napoli get themselves back into the title race with the win; both sides are level in second on 39 points.