Monday, March 02, 2009

Match Report: Sampdoria 2 - 1 AC Milan

Sampdoria 2 - 1 AC Milan
Serie A - TIM


Sampdoria: Castellazzi, Lucchini, Accardi, Raggi (Gastaldello 71), Franceschini , Sammarco, Palombo , Pieri, Stankevicius (Padalino 84), Cassano (Marilungo 88), Pazzini
Subs not used: Dessena, Ziegler, Mirante, Da Costa

Booked: Franceschini, Palombo, Raggi, Padalino
Goals: Cassano 33, Pazzini 51

AC Milan: Abbiati , Bonera, Senderos , Zambrotta, Antonini (Inzaghi 45), Pirlo , Flamini , Jankulovski (Favalli 55), Beckham (Emerson 68), Pato, Seedorf
Subs not used: Shevchenko, Dida, Maldini, Favalli, Cardaccio,

Booked: Abbiati, Pirlo, Senderos, Flamini
Goals: Pato 80

Attendance: 25,000

Referee: Gianluca Rocchi

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