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Milan starts the Serie A one game behind
After the terrible debut against Verona, Rossoneri found their first three points in an impressive match. Waiting for Kakà...
by Mohamed Ezzat
Will it be the start of a good season after an unexpected defeat against Hellas Verona? Yet it's early to say if Milan will be able to continue in this pace for the rest of the season, With the signing of Kakà for two years that hope is not yet to fade, but it will be facing a lot of challenges due to the outstanding performances by Juventus , Napoli, Roma and last but not least Inter.

The Rossoneri's coach Massimiliano Allegri noted that “the game will mark the start of the season”, he was correct about it and the club won its first 3 points to put it in the center of the table in the 7th place and putting Cagliari in the 11th place with the same points.

The game was satisfying for Milan's supporters, good ball possession that in some parts of the game exceeded 60% which gave the fans the feeling that “on the pitch there's the real Milan, this time, not its ghost”.
The Rossoneri players started the game trying to control the ball as much as they could and they managed to get a solid start: on the 8th min by a cross made by the Super Mario Balotelli ended up in Robinho's feet announcing the rebirth of his first goal of the season. Super Mario stroke again with a massive shot that Michael Agazzi couldn’t handle and on the 30th min of the first half Philippe Mexes reached for the ball and didn’t hesitate to score again for Milan. Three minutes later Marco Sau from an individual effort shooted from outside the box scoring a wonderful goal.

The second half didn’t change much, with Milan's domination over the field of San Siro and the support of the fans, on the 62th min super Mario refused to leave the game. without saying that he is the man of the match scoring his personal opener coming from Abate’s cross, the game finished after 3 minutes of added time.
Milan still suffers from defensive problems, cross is a serious one of them, Montolivo is not Pirlo, De Jong is not Gattuso nor Ambrosini. it’s clear that Milan's front line is depending on Mario Balotelli more than other attackers.

Milan's next game in SerieA will be against Udinese on Sunday the 15th of this month and it’s not going to be a walk for health. Will Kaka then make a difference?

Thanks to our reviewer Noemi Stacconi

Monday, September 2 nd, 2013
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