Milan’s Primavera side got their first win of the season as they edged Lecce 2-1 thanks to two goals in the first half.
It took the young Rossoneri until the sixth matchday day of the season to get their first three points but they managed to get them though goals from two forwards in Roback and Capone helped overturn Hasic’s opener.
It was a feisty game as there were four players sent off in the end, two for each team: Tolomello, Burnete, Lemmens and Gala in a dirty second half.
Lecce (4-4-2): Borbei; Lemmens, Torok, Hasic, Nizet; Salomaa (77′ Coqu), Gonzàlez, Vulturar, Milli (67′ Oltremarini); Back, Burnete.
Subs: Bufano, Samooja; Carrozzo, Dreier, Pascalau, Russo, Scialanga; Lippo, Martì; Daka.
Milan (4-3-3): Desplanches; Coubis, Bosisio, Obaretin, Kerkez; Robotti (77′ Polenghi), Tolomello, Gala; Traoré (63′ Amore), Roback (63′ Rossi), Capone (77′ Bright).
Subs: Nava, Pseftis; Bozzolan, Incorvaia; Foglio; Nasti.
Referee: Baratta, of Rossano.
Goalscorers: 2′ Hasic (L), 10′ Roback (M), 15′ Capone (M).
Yellow Cards: 41′ Gonzàlez (L), 57′ Roback (M), 80′ Coqu (L), 82′ Polenghi (M), 88′ Desplanches (M).
Red Cards: 74′ Tolomello (M) for two yellows, 85′ Burnete (L) for protesting, 86′ Lemmens (L) for protesting, 93′ Gala (M) for foul play.