Zlatan Ibrahimovic was demonic!
This Monday, the Milan made his debut at Italian Championship, received the Bologna and won 2-0 with a show from the Swede, who scored both goals.
In addition to the two goals, Ibra was the guy of the match, being responsible for practically all the dangerous moves of the game. In the first half, there were three chances and one goal.
In the first, he tabled with Calabria with a beautiful touch of letter, dribbled the defender inside the area, but was stopped at the time of finishing. Still, the ball went very close to Skorupski’s goal.
Following, shirt 11 served as creator. After a spectacular feint at the defender, Ibra crossed and Skorupski tapped the ball, which he offered to Bennacer. The midfielder took the scare and sent it out.
After insisting so much, the goal came. After Theo Hernández’s perfect cross, Ibra climbed more than the full back to test for the back of the net, with no chance for the goalkeeper.
Right at the beginning of the second stage, the second goal. After a rebound in the corner, Bennacer was knocked over the edge of the penalty area and the referee called a foul outside the area for Milan. After being corrected by the VAR, he whistled the penalty. In the collection, Ibra hit perfectly and made 2 to 0.
In the sequence, the Swede missed an incredible chance. After a beautiful pass by Çalhanoglu, shirt 11 dribbled Skorupski and, with the goal open, slipped and kicked out, missing a goal.
Milan 2 x 0 Bologna
GOALS: Zlatan Ibrahimovic (35 ‘, 51’ PEN) (MIL);
MILAN: Donnarumma, Calabria, Kjaer, Gabbia and Theo Hernández; Kessié, Bennacer, Castillejo (Saelemaekers), Çalhanoglu and Rebic; Ibrahimovic; Technical: Stefano Pioli
BOLOGNA: Skorupski, De Silvestri, Danilo, Tomiyasu and Dijks; Schouten, Domínguez (Sansone), Orsolini, Soriano and Barrow; Palace; Technical: Siniša Mihajlović
Ibrahimovic was involved in 15 goals in 16 premieres in the top five European leagues during his career
It was the 3º 2020 game in which Ibra did 2 goals in the same match
Ibrahimovic had also scored Milan’s first Serie A goal in 2011/2012