AC Milan earned the three points against Napoli last night at the San Siro thanks to the goal from Theo Hernandez and Rafael Leao's assist. The bad news, however, was Davide Calabria's injury.
During the first half of the match, he was forced to leave the field due to a problem with his left adductor. The Rossoneri captain will be evaluated soon by the Milan medical staff to understand the extent of his issue.
As reported this morning by La Gazzetta dello Sport, this marks Milan's 34th injury of the season, with 23 of them being muscular (the last one before yesterday's match dated back to January 10th).
Fortunately, there's also good news from the infirmary: Malick Thiaw, sidelined due to injury since late November, is ready to return to the field and should be available again on Thursday for the Europa League clash against Rennes.