AC Milan have cruised to a 5-1 Serie A victory over Chievo at the San Siro.
Milan started the match impressively and were ahead after only 16 minutes when Urby Emanuelson beat Stefano Sorrentino with a curled shot from the corner of the box.
However, Chievo equalised two minutes later as poor marking allowed Sergio Pellissier to head in Luciano's cross from close range.
Despite Pellisier's goal, Milan continued to dominate possession and restored their lead in the 35th minute when Riccardo Montolivo found space outside the box and unleashed a low drive that nestled in the bottom corner of Sorrentino's goal.
Milan extended their advantage in the closing stages of the first period as Emanuelson launched a break following a Chievo attack and he found Bojan, who slotted the ball calmly past Sorrentino from the edge of the area.
Bojan's goal before the break effectively ended Chievo's hopes of claiming a point and they failed to create many opportunities in an uneventful second period.
However, Milan did have chances to add to their tally for the evening and it was Stephan El Shaarawy and Pazzini who completed the victory with late goals.