Vito Doria Date: 6th November 2020 at 1:21pm
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AC Milan’s 3-0 defeat to Lille in the Europa League on Thursday evening is the time that an club has lost to a French team in a European since 2008.

The Rossoneri are still in a position to qualify from Group H but Les Dogues have jumped into top spot with that win on the third matchday.

According to FootMercato, Lille’s victory against Milan is the first triumph for a side over a Serie A opponent in 25 European matches.

The last French club to have defeated an Italian one in Europe was Olympique Lyon in November 2008, when they defeated 2-1 in the Champions League.

Lyon also progressed out of Group F with German giants Bayern Munich at the expense of the Gigliati in 2008/09 and the Florentine side had to settle for a spot in the .

AC Milan will travel to France to play Lille in their next Europa League match on November 26.