SUPER STEPHAN saved Milan once again when Milan visited Stadio Angelo Massimino in Sicily to play Catania on Friday evening. Nicola Legrottaglie, Milan ex, got Catania on the scoresheet after 11 minutes, overpowering Francesco Acerbi for the header. The game was balanced during the entire first half and the first 45 minutes ended with Catania in the lead. Pablo Barrientos picked-up his second yellow card and got sent off in the 49′ minute and then Milan took control of the game. Stephan El Shaarawy scored his first of the night in the 53th minute from an offside position but the referee still allowed it. Three minutes later, Kevin-Prince Boateng sent a rocket to the back of the net to give Milan the lead. Boateng, who was given the captain armband after Riccardo Montolivo was subbed off, got a direct red card (90′) to leave Milan in 10 players. Catania tried to equalize but El Shaarawy sealed the game with a fantastic goal in the 92′ minute to give Milan the three points and a third consecutive win in all competitions. El Shaarawy now has 12 goals in 15 Serie A rounds and is the Top Scorer.