Milan CEO Marco Fassone reiterates the goal this season is a top four finish - “we’ve always said that”.
Napoli, Inter and Juventus maintained perfect records at the top, as Dave Taylor selects his best XI from Week 3.
Vincenzo Montella admits Milan “looked really bad” against Lazio but insists their 4-1 defeat was not down to his tactics.
Hakan Calhanoglu admits he prefers to play “behind a lone striker or as a wide attacker”, despite starting his Milan career in midfield.
Gianluigi Donnarumma claims Milan’s 4-1 defeat to Lazio on Sunday “will help us grow as a team.”
Former Lazio goalkeeper Fernando Orsi feels the Biancocelesti were “extraordinary” against Milan, while Ciro Immobile was “amazing”.
It was their first defeat of the season, but few Milan stars emerged unscathed in the Football Italia Player Ratings.
Hat-trick hero Ciro Immobile was Man of the Match, but how did his Lazio teammates fare in the Football Italia Player Ratings?
Join us for all the build-up and action from today’s Serie A games, including Inter-Spal, Lazio-Milan, Verona-Fiorentina and Bologna-Napoli.
Stefan De Vrij expressed his delight with Lazio’s performance in their 4-1 win over Milan.
Milan’s Ricardo Rodriguez says his side must learn to be more compact after a 4-1 defeat at Lazio.
Leonardo Bonucci warned the 4-1 defeat to Lazio represents “a healthy slap in the face” for Milan. “The penalty made us crumble.”
Simone Inzaghi trusts “more people will talk about Lazio now” after they beat both Juventus and Milan. “Ciro Immobile is a leader.”
Vincenzo Montella felt Milan “lacked the mental strength to fight back” in a 4-1 defeat to Lazio, but “I’d make these decisions again.”
Lazio hat-trick hero Ciro Immobile says not many teams would be able to score four goals against Milan.
Ciro Immobile scored a hat-trick and set up Luis Alberto as Lazio thrashed Milan 4-1, ending the Rossoneri’s 100 per cent record.
Lazio defender Stefan Radu reveals they “wanted to play at all costs” against Milan despite weather warnings.
The big match has been delayed by an hour due to flooding in Rome, but Lucas Biglia faces his former teammates in Lazio-Milan.
After much debate and confusion, Lazio v Milan will now kick off at the Olimpico at 15.00 UK time (16.00 local).
The local authorities in Rome are discussing the situation, as Lazio-Milan could be played later today after flash floods.