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  • Lecce 3-4 AC Milan: Boteng hat-trick, Yepes winning-header

    Signed to substitute Robinho in the 46th minute, Kevin-Prince Boateng scored three goals in less than 15 minutes, which makes Milan came from behind 0-3 and eventually won 4-3 over Lecce, the Serie A match, in the Via del Mare Sunday (10/23/2011).

    The first goal of this game was created Guillermo Giacomazzi in the fourth minute. From the middle of the penalty box, he gore bait Carlos Grossmueller goalkeeper Christian Abbiati into the middle.

    In the 30th minute, Lecce awarded a penalty after Abbiati violates Daniele Corvia. Massimo Oddo is believed to execute fired a shot into the top right corner.

    Just seven minutes later, Lecce increase the advantage through Grossmueller. From the middle of the penalty box, he beat Abbiati in a duel one on one.

    In the 49th minute, Boateng started the action. From the middle of the penalty box, he fired the ball into submission Alberto Aquilani left corner of the goal Massimiliano Benassi.

    Six minutes later, again forcing Benassi Boateng picked up the ball from the goal. From outside the penalty box, he welcomes feedback Antonio Cassano with right leg kick, which flew into the top right corner of the goal.

    Boateng finally freed Milan abandonment in the 63rd minute. This time, Boateng Benassi conquer with a single shot from a narrow angle.

    Milan then managed to ensure themselves home with three points, thanks to goals from Mario Yepes in the 82nd minute. Cassano's goal stems from the movement in the right sector Lecce defense, which led to a cross. In the escort opposing players, Yepes had melesatkan ball into the opponent's goal with his head.

    For 90 minutes, Milan controlled the ball as much as 65 percent and created six golden opportunity from 19 experiments. As host of the six shots off accurately from 12 experiments.

    Team Line-up:

    Lecce: Massimiliano Benassi; Andrea Esposito, Nenad Tomovic, Djamel Mesbah, Massimo Oddo; Christian Obodo, Guillermo Giacomazzi, Rodney Strasser; Daniele Corvia (Manuel Giandonato 73), Juan G. Cuadrado (E Ofere 81), Carlos Grossmueller (Andrea Bertolacci 59)

    AC Milan: Christian Abbiati; Daniele Bonera, Alessandro Nesta, Luca Antonini, Ignazio Abate; Mark van Bommel, Robinho (Kevin-Prince Boateng 46), Massimo Ambrosini (Alberto Aquilani 46), Antonio Nocerino; Antonio Cassano (Stephan El Shaarawy 89), Zlatan Ibrahimovic


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