Milan and Higuain end goal droughts in win over SPAL

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  • Sunday, 30 Dec 2018

MILAN (Reuters) - AC Milan ended a four-match goal drought and striker Gonzalo Higuain was on target for the first time in two months as they came from behind to beat SPAL 2-1 in Serie A on Saturday.

The Argentine forward, without a goal since Oct. 28, endured another frustrating evening until Hakan Calhanoglu touched Davide Calabria's cross into his path and he smashed the ball into the roof of the net in the 64th minute.

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