AC Milan end Champions League drought by finishing in Serie A’s top four for first time in SEVEN YEARS as Franck Kessie holds his nerve with two penalties to win away at Atalanta
- AC Milan sealed a return to the Champions league after 2-0 victory over Atalanta
- Frank Kessie coolly slotted home a first half penalty to give his side crucial lead
- The Ivorian held his nerve to slot home second as Marten de Roon was sent off
- Rossoneri secured second place while Atalanta got third and Juventus fourth
AC Milan sealed a return to the Champions League for the first time in seven years as two Frank Kessie penalties earned a 2-0 victory over Atalanta, who also secured a top four finish.
Milan got their chance to go ahead just before half time when Theo Hernandez played a smart one-two before being brought down by Joakim Mæhle, allowing Kessie to confidently slot home the penalty.
Despite a nervy finish, the Kessie fired another penalty home in stoppage time to secure second place with Atalanta taking third and Juventus taking fourth at the expense of Napoli who dramatically dropped out.
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AC Milan sealed a return to the Champions League with a 2-0 victory over Atalanta
Frank Kessie slotted home two penalties to lift Milan to second place on dramatic final day
Kessie twice held his nerve late in the first and second halves to end their seven-year absence
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