Watch: Bennacer, Leao, Castillejo and Kerkez score as Milan beat Pro Sesto 6-0 – the goals

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan got their preseason off to a winning start as they beat Serie C side 6-0 at Milanello thanks to a rampant first half.

The XI for the first half was as follows (4-2-3-1): Tatarusanu; Gabbia, Tomori, Romagnoli, Theo; Tonali, Bennacer; Castillejo, D. Maldini, Krunic; Leao.

After dominating the opening exchanges against their visitors but failing to really penetrate their low block, the Rossoneri did get on the scoresheet 19 minutes in thanks to a goal from Ismael Bennacer. A counter-attack was led by Theo Hernandez and he fed the Algerian, who finished smartly with an effort that went in off the inside of the far right post.

Three minutes later Milan doubled the scoring as it looked like the floodgates were about to open. This time it was Rafael Leao who was given far too much space to run at his man in isolation after a fee from Daniel Maldini, and the Portuguese forward cut onto his right foot and curled in with a tidy finish.

Seven minutes before the interval it became 3-0. After a period spent camped in the Pro Sesto third, Samu Castillejo found space to shoot from a central position 25 yards out and whipped his effort into the bottom left corner.

The XI for the second half (4-2-3-1): Plizzari; Conti, Stanga, Caldara, Kerkez; Di Gesù, Pobega; Roback, Capone, Hauge; Colombo.

The fourth goal of the game came with 15 minutes to go, and although it was Lorenzo Colombo who fired the initial effort on goal, it rebounded back off the post, Tommaso Pobega struck the woodwork, the ball then hit a Pro Sesto player before going in.

It was 5-0 with a couple of minutes to go Milos Kerkez drove a low attempt that looked like a cross fizzed across goal, but it went through everyone and ended up in the back of the net. It was 6-0 with the last action of the game as Kerkez got his second, finishing neatly inside the far post after collecting a pass inside the box.

In truth though, it was a second-half that was frustrating to watch for the level of missed chances, with Primavera forward Capone missing a couple of good chances and Jens Petter Hauge hitting the post.

Tags AC Milan Milan Pro Sesto

11 Comments

  1. Joe101 says:

    interesting match, but definitely not a proper test

  2. Joe101 says:

    also the kind of match that sadly confirmed Hauge’s departure 🙁

    1. Tomato says:

      Indeed. What a shame. How low can you go. Not even starting Hauge. Pure bullying

      1. Kourosh says:

        He played one half, like all the others.

        1. Tomato says:

          C’mon. Look at the starters. Just saving, get the hell out here. Could easily play Hauge from the start and Krunic nr 10 (who is not an 11 by the way)

      2. Joe101 says:

        and besides that, he played with his mind being somewhere else (the same with Pobega) – you know it’s not good when even Leao looks more motivated than you

        there was also that one instance when he didn’t even bother with turning towards Pioli when he was barking orders at him, completely ignoring what he had to say – the clearest sign that he is out 🙁

  3. Abdoul fatah says:

    Korey

  4. Adi says:

    Pro Sesto didn’t had a single chance so defence wise cant really note them. All together looked good exept Capone who missed 2 very big chances.

    1. Joe101 says:

      Capone was really impatient
      solid point on the defense
      Bennacer looked decent and so did Theo

  5. Mahmoud says:

    Succes

  6. ABDULRAHMAN says:

    I wish we keep Hauge. He loves Milan! I wonder why the coach doesn’t want him…. He deserves the same benefit as Leao if not more. Forza Milan!❤️

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