3.09.2009

Milan beat Atalanta by Super Pippo's hat-trick

Milan - Atalanta 3-0 (Inzaghi,7',71',74'- 0) 03/06/2009 at San Siro


AC Milan veteran striker Filippo "super Pippo" Inzaghi put in a fine performance and scored a hat-trick as AC Milan overcame Atalanta 3-0 at the San Siro.
With Kak√°, Seedorf, and Ronaldinho missing, on the day of the officialisation of his permanence at Milan, David Beckham not only gives the team balance and cover, he also becomes a wizard.

Inzaghi took Milan lead in the 7th minute, he scored his first goal from the edge of the area after taking a pass from Marek Jankulovski, on a play that began with a cross from Beckham.

After Milan's quick opening goal, Milan started to struggle with the Bergamaschi's organisation. Del Neri's team in fact played very well with the ball at their feet and in the 28th minute Guarente, on a pass by Padoin, called Abbiati to his first great save.

Without their jewels Doni and Floccari, Atalanta did not hesitate to attack the spaces and put pressure on Milan's lines. The tactical design found its right allocation when Cigarini found Plasmati free to head the ball at the far post. Once again Abbiati was forced to make a miraculous save.

With Milan struggling to secure the victory, Inzaghi took a pass from Pato, dribbled by Atalanta goalkeeper Andrea Consigli and scored into an empty net to make it 2-0, then was set up by Jankulovski and Gianluca Zambrotta for his third score.

"It's understandable," Ancelotti said. "Milan fans are accustomed to seeing their team play well."



MILAN: Abbiati; Bonera, Senderos, Maldini, Zambrotta; Flamini, Pirlo, Jankulovski; Beckham; Inzaghi, Pato.

ATALANTA: Consigli; Garics, Peluso, Talamonti, Bellini; Ferreira Pinto, Guarente, Cigarini, Valdes; Padoin; Plasmati.




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