Milan win Campionato Primavera 2 and achieve promotion to the 1st division, following a 3-1 win over SPAL Primavera

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The Primavera squad celebrating at the end of Milan-SPAL at Vismara on February 22, 2020. (@acmilan.com)

Federico Giunti’s side has won for the 14th consecutive time this afternoon and have won promotion 4 weeks in advance.

The Rossoneri got relegated to the 2nd Primavera division on the last Matchday of the 2018/19 season after conceding a goal in the 90′ minute against Fiorentina.

However, after getting reinforcements in the summer, the 2nd division proved too easy for Federico Giunti and his boys. Today they won their 14th match in a row and have secured the Campionato Primavera 2 title and promotion back to the 1st division.

The Diavolo played SPAL at Vismara today. Without Daniel Maldini and Marco Brescianini who will be on the bench at the Artmeio Franchi this evening sitting alongside Stefano Pioli, Milan played with their usual 4-3-1-2, using Giacomo Olzer behind Riccardo Tonin and Lorenzo Colombo.

Colombo found the back of the net first in the 19′ minute, while Olzer doubled the lead in the 22′ minute. Alessandro Sala made it 3-0 and practically closed the game in the 45+2′ minute, while Lorenzo Babbi of SPAL only lightened the pill a bit for his side with a goal in the 66′ minute.

The celebrations have begun for Milan who after 18 rounds have 50 points (16 wins, 2 draws).

The Primavera squad celebrating during Milan-SPAL at Vismara on February 22, 2020. (@acmilan.com)

Goals: Colombo (19′), Olzer (22′), Sala (45+2′), Babbi (66′).

Milan Primavera (4-3-1-2) – Federico Giunti
Matteo Soncin; Luca Stanga, Nikolaos Michelis, Tommaso Merletti, Riccardo Oddi; Alessandro Sala, Emanuele Torrasi, Marco Romano Frigerio; Giacomo Olzer (79′ Antonio Mionić); Lorenzo Colombo (69′ Luan Capanni), Riccardo Tonin (69′ Emanuele Pecorino).
Unused: Jungdal, Moleri; Angeli, Borges, Bosisio, Capone, Haidara, Robotti, Tahar.

SPAL Primavera (4-3-1-2) – Luca Fiasconi
Marco Meneghetti (23′ Cesare Galeotti); Lorenzo Valesani (77′ Jakub Iskra), Paolo Cannistrà, Patryk Peda, Riccardo Alessio; Franck Teyou (62′ Lorenzo Babbi), Federico Zanchetta, Abdoul Aziz Sare; Krisztofer Horváth (62′ Elion Minaj); Marco D’Alessandro (62′ Altin Kryeziu), Jaume Cuéllar.
Unused: Maksymowicz, Spina, Uddenas, Guerini, Campagna, Ellertsson.

Referee: Andrea Bordin.

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