Milan qualified for the Coppa Italia semi-final against Juventus after progressing - just like the Bianconeri - through two rounds in the competition. In the Round of 16 the Rossoneri beat SPAL 3-0 at San Siro. It was an easy victory, with two goals in the first half (Piatek and Castillejo) and one in the second half (Hernandez).
In the quarterfinals, on the other hand, the game was more complicated, although, in the end, they secured qualification through a 4-2 extra time victory against Torino. The fixture saw the Rossoneri forced to pull off a comeback, after Bremer's brace put the Granata 2-1 ahead. However, a goal just before the final whistle by Calhanoglu, ensured the game went into extra time at 2-2. The Turkish international then scored his second to make the scoreline 3-2, before Ibrahimovic ended result with Milan's fourth goal.
Between Serie A and the Coppa Italia, Theo Hernandez is the player to have scored the most times for Milan, bagging a goal on six occasions. He is then followed by Piatek (sold a few days ago to Herta Berlin) and Calhanoglu with five, Rebić (four), Bonaventura and Ibrahimović (three), Leao (two), Kessiè, Castillejo and Suso (one). The latter also left Milan a few weeks ago to return to Spain.
Meanwhile, the only player to have played in all 25 the matches and every single minute is Alessio Romagnoli.