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Milan march on after brushing aside Bologna

Kevin Prince Boateng scored the first goal and impudently set up Robinho for the second to help rampant Serie A leaders AC Milan to a 3-0 win at troubled club Bologna today.

sports Updated: Dec 12, 2010 19:17 IST

Kevin Prince Boateng scored the first goal and impudently set up Robinho for the second to help rampant Serie A leaders AC Milan to a 3-0 win at troubled club Bologna on Sunday.

Milan's advantage at the top was extended to six points but Lazio can cut the gap back to three with a win at rivals Juventus later (1945 GMT).

The easy victory also meant Milan moved 13 points ahead of faltering champions Inter Milan, who are not playing this weekend because of their involvement in the Club World Cup.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic finished off Andrea Pirlo's pass to make it 3-0 in the second half before Christian Abbiati saved Marco Di Vaio's penalty for Bologna, whose players have not been paid for weeks.