In a thrilling display of football, AC Milan claimed victory at the Benito Stirpe with a final score of 3-2 against Frosinone. Jovic was the star performer of the night, scoring the decisive goal in a match that was a rollercoaster of emotions. Initially, the Lombards took the lead, only to fall behind at the start of the second half, but they managed to turn the tide towards the end. The match started with the newly promoted team in an aggressive form, but it was Milan who drew the first blood in the 17th minute. Loftus-Cheek took control of the ball and passed it to Leao, who set up Giroud for a perfect header that left Turati, the goalkeeper, with no chance.
Frosinone retaliated in the 20th minute with a powerful long-range shot by Seck, which was deflected to a corner by Maignan. Two minutes after, Soulé tried to cross from the right which was intercepted by Leao and a penalty was awarded. Soulé, the Argentine, confidently took the penalty and scored, bringing the score to 1-1. The first half ended with Milan almost taking the lead after a dangerous deflection from Okoli forced Turati to make a critical save.
Both teams went into the half-time with a 1-1 score. The second half saw Frosinone making a surprising comeback by taking the lead 2-1 in the 20th minute. Soulé set up Mazzitelli for a close-range shot that caught Maignan off-guard. However, Milan were not deterred and equalised in the 27th minute, thanks to a perfect cross from Adli to Giroud, who set up Gabbia for a simple header.
Milan ramped up their attack and took the lead with a 3-2 score in the 36th minute. Hernandez made a cross from the left which was mishandled by Romagnoli, leading the ball to deflect off Valeri and fall in the path of substitute Jovic, who netted a goal like a true poacher, securing the victory for his team. The final minutes of the game saw no change in the score. This win helped Milan recover from their 2-2 draw against Bologna at home, and solidified their third position in the league with 49 points. Frosinone, on the other hand, remained at the fourteenth position with 23 points.