AC Milan recorded their first league win since Nov. 5 and their first under new coach Gennaro Gattuso as they beat Bologna 2-1.
Giacomo Bonaventura netted two goals to help Milan recover from last week's shock draw at Benevento.
Bologna were level with Milan on 21 points going into the match at San Siro, but it was the Rossoneri who took the lead in the 10th minute when Nikola Kalinic headed down Ignazio Abate's ball for Bonaventura to fire home.
It was Milan's first league goal at home since Sept. 20.
Simone Verdi leveled 13 minutes later but Bonaventura doubled his tally with a header 14 minutes from time.