Serie A leader AC Milan maintained its unbeaten league record dramatically on Sunday when Theo Hernandez scored twice, including an injury-time equaliser, as it fought back from two goals down to draw 2-2 at home to Parma.
Milan, again missing talismanic forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic through injury, hit the woodwork four times and also saw a first-half goal disallowed while Parma scored from two of its three shots on target.
Milan, which has gone 23 Serie A games unbeaten since losing to Genoa in March, stayed top with 27 points from 11 matches, but saw its lead cut after the five teams behind it all won.
Inter Milan is second with 24, followed by Napoli and Juventus (23), Sassuolo (22) and AS Roma (21).
“We didn’t approach the game well, we were too relaxed, and then the game became difficult against opponents who were playing well,” said Milan coach Stefano Pioli.
“We had a lot…