On Saturday, the Algeria global scored his first goal from the Italian top-flight later 65 looks
Ismael Bennacer struck his Serie A duck in AC Milan’s 4-1 victory against Bologna on Saturday.
The Algerian midfielder scored the Rossoneri’s third goal in the San Siro Stadium four minutes into the second half, following goals from Alexis Saelemaekers and Hakan Calhanoglu gave them a 2-1 lead into the rest.
The attack has been Bennacer’s maiden purpose for AC Milan and also his first target from the Serie A later 65 looks since he made his debut for Empoli final year.
Later in the match, attempts from Ante Rebic and Davide Calabria sealed success for Stefano Pioli’s guys.
Bennacer and Ivory Coast’s Franck Kessie were the dual sided in Milan’s midfield, and they helped them to extend their unbeaten streak to eight league games as the restart of their soccer in Italy.
The Ivorian midfielder showcased for the whole period of the experience but Bennacer played with 79 minutes prior to his substitution.
Bennacer who had been named the finest Player in the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt, has established himself in Pioli’s system this effort with 28 league looks up to now along with his remarkable performances have left him a transfer goal for French winners PSG.
Kessie who’s also become a key participant in the Rossoneri’s midfield is allegedly attracting attention from city rivals Inter Milan following his participation of four objectives later 31 league matches,
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For Bologna, Senegal’s Ibrahima Mbaye has been released as a 59th-minute replacement while Gambia duo Musa Juwara and Musa Barrow weren’t involved in the match since they watched on as fresh substitutes.
The success boosted Milan’s chances of qualifying for European football next season as they moved into sixth at the Serie A table 56 points later 34 matches. )
Kessie and Bennacer will be expecting to assist AC Milan extend their unbeaten run when they visit Sassuolo on Tuesday to their next league fixture.