AC Milan dominated Lazio this Sunday as part of Matchday 3 of Serie A (2-0). Not without a goal from Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
In the absence of a Olivier Giroud freshly affected by covid-19, l’AC Milan was recovering this sunday Zlatan Ibrahimovic, finally recovered from a knee injury. For the shock of the day against the Lazio, at San Siro, however, the Rossoneri lined up the former Lillois Rafael Leao and Croatian Ante Rebic at the forefront at kickoff. Time for the lion to go around in circles in its cage and slowly build up pressure.
Overall, Milan mastered his subject in this part, finding the fault at the end of the first period by Leao (1-0, 45e). Just before the missed Kessié on a penalty sent on the crossbar (45e+6). Whatever, launched on the hour mark, Ibrahimovic ensured the goal of the break on an impeccable service from Rebic, thus credited with a second decisive pass this Sunday (2-0, 67e).
In charge with Napoli
Only seven minutes were needed for the Swedish giant to find the net this season in Serie A. And the Lombards to steal the leadership from a Naples winner the day before Juventus (2-1). The two clubs being the only ones to observe a full box after three days of the league, while waiting for the match of the evening between Roma and Sassuolo.
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