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Bacca penalty rescues AC Milan in Serie A

Press Association logoPress Association 16/01/2017

Carlos Bacca's second-half penalty has earned 10-man AC Milan their share of the points from a hard-fought 2-2 Serie A draw at Torino.

Reported Arsenal target Andrea Belotti had put the hosts ahead at Stadio Olimpico, the in-form Italy striker benefiting from Iago Falque's storming run, and Torino were two up in the 26th minute.

Marco Benassi gave Sinisa Mihajlovic - the former Milan head coach - more reason to be cheerful when back-heeling Falque's cross beyond teenage Rossoneri goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma.

Torino would regret missing a chance to take a three-goal lead in the 31st minute - Adem Ljajic could only find Donnarumma's gloves from the penalty spot after Ignazio Abate fouled Antonio Barreca.

After the break Andrea Bertolacci reduced the deficit with a scruffy finish past Joe Hart and, on the hour mark, Bacca converted a spot-kick.

Milan later lost Alessio Romagnoli to a pair of yellow cards.

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