LAST MINUTES aside, it was a pretty dull night of football at the Amsterdam Arena when Milan visited Ajax for the second matchday of the Champions League. The first half was very poor from Milan who did absolutely nothing in the first 45 minutes and didn’t see too much of the ball. Ajax had plenty of possession but didn’t convert it into too many scoring chances. The second half was for the most part a complete opposite with Milan controlling the tempo with Ajax taking the role of the poor side and Mario Balotelli hit the crossbar but the Rossoneri didn’t do well enough to create more chances. And then, like almost in every Milan game this season, the goals arrived late. Ajax scored first with Milan conceding yet another set piece goal in the 90′ minute as Stefano Denswil beat Ajax with a header. However, the boys of Massimiliano Allegri got saved again – the referee awarded Milan in the 94th minute a very dubious penalty which Mario scored to make 1-1 in the end. The result is fair as each team gets a point. Milan have 4 points, Ajax 1.