Watch: AC Milan craft two amazing passing moves during 3-1 win over Roma

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan put together two stunning passing moves during last night’s 3-1 win over Roma, showing the full extent of their attacking capabilities.

The first is some brilliant play along the touchline midway through the second half as Theo Hernandez, Tonali and Giroud all do fantastically to keep the ball with some one-touch passing in the air. The French striker should have had an assist for his cross to Brahim Diaz deep inside the box.

The second one below is an absolutely masterful piece of sucking in the opposition’s press, as some patient passing around the back four of Theo, Gabbia, Kalulu and Conti – with some passing into the midfield – drew Roma out of their shape and then some quick vertical movement of the ball allowed Tonali to spread it wide.

From there, Messias got his man in isolation and went inside with the ball, playing a one-two with Ibrahimovic before feeding Leao who clipped a lovely ball over the top that should have ended with a goal, but the Swede squared towards Maldini instead of shooting.

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4 Comments

  1. Bo says:

    This is the type of football we should be playing all the time, not simply long ball to Zlatan.

    1. Vero Rossonero says:

      WORD.

  2. DP says:

    Good work by Bakayoko, keeping his feet, staying upright and not screwing it all up. 🙂

    1. Chief says:

      believe me ,he tried to screw up, his first touch he slipped and gave it away……I watch him play,he plays scared,hopefully he will gain some confidence, as when he recieves the ball he stops and then looks where to pass, zero periferal vision, you have to know where your next pass is going before you receive the ball. he telegraphs his passes.

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