MILAN HEADED into this match with some key players missing but if that’s what the rest of the guys have to offer (even in this stage of the pre-season), coach Filippo Inzaghi has a lot to worry about for next year. Olympiakos were the better team at the BMO Field all along and in the 16′ minute they got the lead with a good attack finished by Alejandro Domínguez. Milan tried to get an equalizer and came close several times but it didn’t work. In the 49′ minute, Dimitris Diamantakos found himself quite free in the Milan box and made it 2-0. Youngster Andreas Bouchalakis put the game to bed with a wonder-strike from outside the box in the 78′ minute. Milan looked confused, unprepared and were just generally poor during the 92 minutes that were played. Their next game is against England champions Man City.
Olympiacos: Roberto; Elabdellaoui (Bouchalakis), Manolas (Cholevas), Abidal (Kolovos), Masuaku (Ghazaryan); Samaris (Maniatis), Kasami; Dossevi, Dominguez (Saviola), Fuster (Avlonitis); Papazoglou (Diamantakos). Unused: Ndinga, Siovas, Fortounis, Salino, Megyeri.
Milan: Gabriel (Agazzi); Zaccardo (De Sciglio), Rami (Mexes), Bonera (Alex), Albertazzi; Poli (Mastalli), Cristante, Saponara (Modic); Niang (Honda), Pazzini, El Shaarawy. Unused: Abbiati, Benedicic, Di Molfetta, Mastour, Pinato, Simic.