AC Milan picked up another important result last midweek as they defeated Udinese at Friuli stadium.
Playing away from home, Rossoneri looked pretty comfortable as they were able to get things going after just 10 minutes through Mario Balotelli's goal.
Five minutes later, it was 2-0 for Milan when Giacomo Bonaventura scored from inside the box, finishing an assist from Riccardo Montolivo.
The Diavolo Rosso ended their first half dominant with a third goal, which was netted by Cristian Zapata.
Udinese refused to give up though as they pour forward viciously after the break and able to pull one back through Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu on 51 minutes.
Duvan Zapata got things more exciting when seven minutes later he scored for his team to make it 3-2.
No more goals were scored though afterwards as Rossoneri holding on to their slender lead until the final whistle was blown.