Highlights: Milan 5-1 Pergolettese

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MILAN PLAYED a friendly game at Milanello on Saturday against the Serie D side U.S. Pergolettese 1932. After 20 goalless minutes, Bakaye Traoré found the net to score Milan’s first, Urby Emanuelson scored ten minutes later and two minutes afterwards Robinho found the net. In the second half Kevin-Prince Boateng scored (62′) and Andrea Petagna (74′) also netted after missing a penalty. Pergolettese managed to score one too, the last goal of the game.

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Kaka milan
8 years ago

Shame on milan….a division D side and yet milan still struggle…this is a warning to B and G that milan need the appropriate reinforcement…am sorry for my dear milan….

MIlan4live
MIlan4live
8 years ago
Reply to  Kaka milan

Well, Milan used subs mostly…

offliner
offliner
8 years ago

This is a friendly game where the fitness is the aim

El Greco
El Greco
8 years ago

Still, conceding a goal from a serie D club is bad thing. After Honda, we MUST get a good defender…

Viktor
Viktor
8 years ago

again alegri favours that traore instead of Cristante or Saponara… WTF is he thinking with ? he had better been fired ! wish Capello or Prandelli to take over !

Shevchenko
Shevchenko
8 years ago

Does anyone know the line up and substitutions of the game?

MilanFan
8 years ago
Reply to  Shevchenko

Here you have the most information: http://www.acmilan24.com/matches/act/stats/id/437

Shevchenko
Shevchenko
8 years ago
Reply to  MilanFan

Thanks!

matarr trobul
matarr trobul
8 years ago

milan must do batter dis nt a good sigh we need honda an a good defended an goal keeper FORZA milan till I die

ChrisMilan
8 years ago

Cristante, Constant, Boateng, Petagna and (the biggest suprise of them all) Mario Piccinocchi, impressed me the most!

ChrisMilan
8 years ago

Regarding Saponara, I too was disappointed not to see him play, however, he is currently in an individual training programme which might suggest he wasn’t entirely fit. Traore was so bad… I almost shed a tear. Anyone noticed how Cristante always looked for direct and creative passes when he had the chances of doing so? Not to mention he was good in possession. Kingsley shower some good touches, as well. It was not a good first half performance, but it’s main purpose was to regain fitness. I’m still a bit afraid of Allegri in the way he used Boa. If… Read more »

Abu
8 years ago
Reply to  ChrisMilan

From what I seen Traore had a decent game, Did he score? he provided an assist for Robinhos goal, he always got into good shooting positions.

Traore can be good backup to our defensive midfield if he’s given a fair chance.

ChrisMilan
8 years ago
Reply to  Abu

He was awful, in my opinion.

They took the ball from so easily, he was sloppy in possession and looked like a clown in terms of technique.

You have to be better against a side like this. Whether it’s a friendly or not, this was unacceptable for any player.

Even if he, as you mentioned, found some good shooting positions after his shaky start; he was poor overall.

One goal or/and assist does not erase all his poor actions made during the whole first half.

My opinion.

RKaY
RKaY
8 years ago

Lol shame on you people for bashing Milan in a friendly first of all. Like offliner said the main goal is fitness and second of all did you see the lineups? It’s not a real match people allegri is giving everyone a chance to show what they have got.

offliner
offliner
8 years ago

Guys please relax, friendly does not mean anything, it is just a way to try some tactics and gain fitness. Remember that we had a draw last year on friendly with chelsea and lost 5 games at the begining of the season.

ChrisMilan
8 years ago
Reply to  offliner

I remember we won that game, or maybe my memory is a bit fuzzy. As I recall, Emanuelson scored the only goal of the game; meaning this further augments your statement hehe.

Pa ibra
Pa ibra
8 years ago
Reply to  ChrisMilan

@crisMilan. your memory is not fuzzy.. Milan won 1-nil exactly as u said.
@offliner & co. true its just a way to try some tactics and gain fitness. and so the same applies for Pergorettes too… its not a final for them either. whatsoever the case, Milan must beat a division D club convincingly. thanks

ChrisMilan
8 years ago
Reply to  Pa ibra

I think when a side like Pergolettese faces a club like Milan, they’ll do the best they possibly can… My opinion only, tho.

Olamilan
Olamilan
8 years ago

It seems some you are looking for an excuse to bash Allegri, leave him alone let him work.
The fact remain that Allegri knows the best for his team (he’s in charge at least).
Pls don’t start bashing thing nw

nizam
8 years ago

sell traore and gain the money to bring honda this summer

Egule1
Egule1
8 years ago

some milan fans are pathetic. criticizing Allegri in a pre season game? madrid lost to a division three team yesterday does that make them a bad team? fans here just love criticizing allegri and its bad.

Matt
Matt
8 years ago

i can’t wait for tuesday and i can’t wait for the new season 🙂

Milanista121
Milanista121
8 years ago

I know it’s a serie D side, but Robi really looks fired up, let’s see if he can keep it up against the big guns!

gnaftalee
gnaftalee
8 years ago

Hope d coach as got wäh he wants from d friendly ,…………………… Now make some sensible changes .. Asap