Ibrahimovic steals a point for Milan at the Dacia Arena and secures a late 1-1 draw with Udinese. The Rossoneri were unconvincing for most of the match as they failed to put any pressure on the Friulani defence, with route-one tactics to the striker rarely putting Becao and Nuytinck in any difficulty. It appeared that Beto’s 17th-minute strike after a turnover in midfield would be enough to secure temporary coach Cioffi a win in his first match in charge but Ibrahimovic was finally able to get the better of his marker, firing a delightfully acrobatic scissor-kick past Silvestri from close range in injury time. A red card to Success minutes before full-time meant the hosts ended the match with 10 men on the pitch as frustrations boiled over after what would have been a deserved victory slipped through the hands of the Bianconeri. The point puts Milan two ahead of Inter in second, while Udinese are 15th.