Goals and Highlights – AC Milan 4-1 Monza in Serie A
Despite the fact that Milan are in the bottom half of the Serie A table and have been on a losing streak, the team have managed to put together a slick performance at home to Monza. They managed to score four goals, with one goal coming from Divock Origi’s debut. There were also some nice highlights, with Rafael Leao putting in a fine free kick.
Divock Origi’s debut goal
Divock Origi scored his first goal for AC Milan in the Serie A against Monza. It was his first start for the Club and helped them win 4-1.
Origi joined the Rossoneri on a free transfer from Liverpool in July. He has so far played only 47 minutes this season. The Belgian has had injury worries this season, but he hopes to improve his goal scoring return in the second half of the campaign.
Origi made an impact in the game after 20 minutes. He collected a square ball from Junior Messias, and made a run towards the edge of the box. He then passed it to his colleague, who stepped past Luca Caldirola.
Rafael Leao’s free kick
Despite being a substitute, Rafael Leao put AC Milan ahead against Fiorentina. The Brazilian was handed the Serie A Player of the Month award for October. He also contributed a goal and an assist in the Italian top flight.
AC Milan took advantage of a sloppy Monza performance to win 1-0. Brahim Diaz opened the scoring in the first half, and Divock Origi added a second goal in the second half. A late free kick from Filippo Ranocchia pulled one back for Monza. But Milan were soon back on track.
In the last 20 minutes, Monza showed more courage as they tried to reach the goal. Stefano Sensi forced Ciprian Tatarusanu into a save and Augusto’s header missed the target. But in the 81st minute, Sandro Tonali scored to complete the win.
Sense’s good form
Serie A matchday 11 brought us four goals from Milan. The first goal was by Origi. He hit the top bins with an outside of the box shot. The second was by Rafael Leao. The third was by Origi.
The other was by Sense. He scored a great goal. He picked up a pass from Theo Hernandez. Then he stepped past Luca Caldirola. It was the one that got me excited.
The Milan players did a nice job of getting the ball to Origi. In the 65th minute, he blasted a goal-bound drive into the net. He also helped set up the second goal.
Despite a tough start, Milan’s players produced a sublime performance to beat promoted Monza 4-1. The victory moved the Rossoneri level with Napoli and Atalanta on 16 points, and puts them just six points behind leader Inter.
Brahim Diaz played a vital role in the win. He scored two goals, one in the first half and one in the second. He has had a good run of form this season and was a standout in this game. He also took an impressive solo run to reach the goalkeeper. His final shot was a left-footed shot from the centre of the box that found the bottom right corner.
Inter Milan beat Fiorentina 4-3
Despite a nervy start, Inter Milan beat Fiorentina 4-3 on Saturday in a thrilling Serie A match. The win was the latest in a long line of impressive results for the home side.
In the first half, Fiorentina threw everything at Inter. They were the better side for the majority of the game, but a mistake by Fiore wingback Federico Ceccherini led to the opener. Juan Cuadrado doubled the lead within 20 minutes.
Fiorentina were playing in their first Serie A match since their 3-0 win over Lazio in October. The Italian outfit were missing the services of Mario Gomez and Stefan Savic, but still managed to keep the score line respectable.
Serie A’s latest clash saw AC Milan defeat Monza 4-1 at San Siro. Brahim Diaz scored a brace while Rafael Leao and Theo Hernandez added one more goal.
During the course of the game, Milan created several chances and showed off their attacking prowess. Theo Hernandez had a great pass that was followed by a well-timed header from Leao.
Interestingly, Monza had a couple of chances to level the scoreline in the first half. Michele Di Gregorio saved a diving header from Carlos Augusto. In the 66th minute, Gianluca Caprari was replaced by Chris Gytkjaer.
Theo had a decent chance in the first half, but failed to make it count. In the second, Brahim took a shot that was a bit of a misfire. He then ran into the box, turned a marker, and angled a shot into the far bottom corner.