Unbeaten in Serie A, AC Milan can''t win in Champions League
It's the first time that Milan has lost the first three matches in the group stage of the Champions League.
Luis Díaz scored from the edge of the 18-yard box in the 65th minute after hitting the post in the first half.
Not even Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who came on in the second half, could turn things around for Milan in the same stadium where he scored a spectacular backheel goal for Sweden at the 2004 European Championship.
''Of the three games, this was our worst performance and therefore we don't deserve the points,'' Ibrahimovic said. ''We have to remember this is the first Champions League for many of our players and they just need to grow.'' ''We fought last season to qualify for the Champions League, so as long as it's possible, we keep fighting. I am confident the win will come,'' Ibrahimovic added.
Porto controlled from the start and created numerous chances.
Ibrahimovic bloodied the forehead of Chancel Mbemba with a dangerous play that earned him a yellow card in the final minutes.
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