Milan struggled however gained their first pleasant forward of the return to Serie A motion subsequent month.
Whereas Theo Hernández, Olivier Giroud and Rafael Leão are in Qatar preparing for the World Cup quarterfinals, their teammates at this time took on Lumezzane, the leaders of their Serie D group for a pleasant forward of the second a part of the season, which begins January 4.
Stefano Pioli used a mixture of first crew and Primavera gamers within the sport, and he discovered himself behind already after 10 minutes as Cristian Spini beat Tătăruşanu with a left-footer from the sting of the field. Milan struggled within the first half and solely within the 51′ minute they discovered the equalizer, via a superb solo effort from Yacine Adli.
Lumezzane received the lead once more within the 54′ minute as Mattia Mauri scored a improbable objective along with his right-foot. Within the 67′ minute Pioli changed 10 gamers, bringing on some extra Primavera gamers. The children did the change as Gabriele Alesi scored within the 68′ minute, earlier than Victor Ehuwa Eletu made it 3-2 within the 78′ minute, beating goalkeeper Angelo Pisoni to get the final sport objective.
The subsequent sport of Milan shall be a lot tougher, as they face Arsenal on December 13 as a part of their Dubai coaching camp. There shall be extra acquainted faces then as some NT gamers will return.
Targets: Spini (10′), Adli (51′), Mauri (54′), Alesi (67′), Victor (78′)
AC Milan (3-5-2) – Stefano Pioli
Ciprian Tătărușanu (41′ Antonio Mirante); Adam Bakoune, Matteo Gabbia (67′ Pierre Kalulu), Fikayo Tomori (67′ Malick Thiaw); Rade Krunić (67′ Christian Foglio), Yacine Adli (67′ Gabriele Alesi), Aster Vranckx (67′ Victor Ehuwa Eletu), Sandro Tonali (67′ Antonio Gala), Tommaso Pobega (67′ Andrea Bozzolan); Divock Origi (67′ Marko Lazetić), Ante Rebić (67′ Youns El Hilali).
FC Lumezzane VGZ (4-3-3) – Arnaldo Franzini
Angelo Pisoni; Samuele Regazzetti, Luka Tomas (41′ Cesare Pogliano), Kevin Tortelli, Gianluca Parodi (41′ Mattia Rigo); Michele Calì (41′ Luca Sperti), Simone Pesce (41′ Silvio Antonio Squarzoni), Manuel Poledri (41′ Francesco Antonelli); Danilo Alessandro, Nicolas Parravicini (41′ Luca Forte), Cristian Spini (41′ Mattia Mauri).
Unused: Fligheddu; Scanzi
Referee: Daniele Minell.