For the second time in as many matches, AC Milan could only manage a 2-2 draw against one of Serie A's poorer sides, this time dropping points away at Genoa.
Having fought from two goals behind to draw against Parma on Sunday, the Rossoneri would have wanted to get back to winning ways in Liguria, but were again frustrated in a game they would have been expected to win.
Former Milan forward Mattia Destro scored an unlikely opener for Genoa early in the second half, but his strike was cancelled out by Davide Calabria just four minutes lately, filling in for Sunday's hero Theo Hernandez.
Destro grabbed another on the hour mark, but youngster Pierre Kalulu scored an 83rd minute equaliser to maintain Milan's unbeaten start to the season.
A point was enough to keep Stefano Pioli's side top and they now sit just one point above city rivals Inter, who beat Napoli 1-0.
Source: Marca / Conor Clancy