MILAN, KOMPAS.com – AC Milan‘s 3-1 win over Lazio in the opening match of Serie A, at the San Siro on Sunday (8/31/2014). Three goals in Milan created Keisuke Honda (7), Sulley Muntari (56), and Jeremy Menez (pen 64)
Milan scored quickly through the action Keisukse Honda in the seventh minute. Starting from behind the attacks, Stephan El Shaarawy to penetrate the opponent’s defense on the right side and give accurate feedback to Honda.
Honda faced with goalkeeper Etrit Berisha fired horizontally which makes the ball nestled into the middle of the goal Lazio.
Despite winning, Milan did not necessarily sepunuhnya master the game. Nigel de Jong and his colleagues often look hassles dampen the opponent’s attack.
Behind the pressure from the visitors, Milan launched a number of attacks. However, the home team was able to create a threat as opposed to the solid back line. As a result, Milan only 1-0 at halftime.
Milan managed to double the advantage Muntari goal by the creation in the 56th minute. Muntari scored with a ball of bait mencocor released Ignazio Abate on the left side of the opponent’s defense.
Milan then get a penalty following the breakdown by Stefan de Vrij Menez in the box. Menez, who ran as an executioner successfully menyerangkan the ball into the bottom left corner of the goal Lazio.
Unfortunately, Milan conceded after Alex scored an own goal in the 67th minute.
Despite winning 3-1, Milan seemed difficult to master the game. Lazio is playing aggressively.
Inzaghi do a refresher on the front lines by inserting M’Baye Niang to replace Menez in the 82nd minute. Niang directly off the threat through a left-footed shot from the release. However, the pace of the ball is still much too weak so no trouble catching the skin round Berisha.
Milan Abate punished for breaking Candreva penalty in injury time. Luckily, the goalkeeper Diego Lopez managed to ward off the ball from Antonio Candreva shot. Lopez saves, while locking Milan win 3-1.
AC Milan: 23–Diego Lopez; 17–Cristián Zapata, 20–Ignazio Abate, 25–Daniele Bonera, 33–Alex; 4–Sulley Muntari (Essien 68), 16–Andrea Poli, 34–Nigel de Jong; 7–Jérémy Menez, 10–Keisuke Honda (Pablo Armero 70), 92–Stephan El Shaarawy
Coach: Filippo Inzaghi
Lazio: 1–Etrit Berisha; Stefan de Vrij–3, 8–Dusan Basta, 26–Stefan Radu, 27–Lorik Cana; 16–Marco Parolo, 19–Senad Lulic (Stefano Mauri 73), 20–Lucas Biglia; 11–Miroslav Klose (Filip Djordjevic 59), 14–Keita (Felipe Anderson 60), 87–Antonio Candreva
Coach: Stefano Pioli