Even without Ibrahimovic (recovering from Covid-19), Milan, who on Thursday will play in Vila do Conde against Rio Ave for the Europa League, entered the Serie A with the right foot, winning at Crotone, by 2-0.
The Rossoneri opened the scoring over the interval, in a penalty converted by Franck Kessié, to punish foul inside the area over Rebic.
In the second half came the goal of tranquility by Brahim Díaz, a young forward on loan from Real Madrid.
Rafael Leão was used substitute, entering in the 83rd minute, while Pedro Pereira, recently loaned by Benfica to Crotone, started from the beginning, being replaced in the 76th.
At the same time, Naples, who had beaten Parma 2-0 in the opening match, have now applied Genoa 6-0. Lozano (2), Zielinski, Mertens, Elmas and Politano scored the goals.