SERIE A - AC Milan UCL hopes alive after victory against Atletico Madrid
Milan knew it was a do-or-die situation going into the game; they needed to win their first game of the group stage or they'd be eliminated, and while they had to wait until the final minutes to score the goal their pressure merited, it did come.
A wonderful cross from Franck Kessie down the left wing found the head of replacement Junior Messias, who headed past a helpless Oblak to send the travelling fans into pandemonium.
Liverpool's two second-half goals at Anfield gave the Rossoneri the win they needed to keep their title hopes alive, and it sets up another must-win encounter against Jurgen Klopp's side at San Siro in matchday six.
Stefano Pioli made three changes from the lineup that lost for the first time in Serie A on Saturday night, bringing in Alessio Romagnoli in place of Matteo Gabbia in the defensive four, Rade Krunic in place of Rafael Leao in the attacking trident, and Olivier Giroud ahead of Zlatan Ibrahimovic.