Goalkeeper Donnarumma bears Super Cup win and Milan to Berlusconi


Goalkeeper Donnarumma bears Super Cup win and Milan to Berlusconi

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Goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma, who Friday with AC Milan in Doha seized the Italian Super Cup, the prize on to the outgoing owner Silvio Berlusconi.

The only 17-year-old Donnarumma has played in the final of the Super Cup against Juventus a key role in the penalty shoot-out to the efforts of Paulo Dybala to stop. Milan picked up the first prize in five years.

“We have won through hard work and carry this victory to the president. We do not know whether this is his final price, as the owner of Milan, but this is for him.”

Milan picked up the 29th price in the period that Berlusconi owns the Italian powerhouse. The 80-year-old former prime minister of Italy sells the club is likely to Chinese investors.

Milan matched by the winning opponent Juventus. The ‘Old Lady’ was until Friday only record holder with seven Italian Super Cups on the hall of fame.

Duel to Italian Super Cup in the picture

AC Milan for the seventh time the Italian Super Cup won. The losing bekerfinalist was in Qatar after penalty shoot-out to strong for champion and cup winner Juventus (4-3).

Paulo Dybala was the weakling in the 29th edition of the ‘Supercoppa Italiana’. The attacker of Juventus came in the fifth penalty of his squad at Milan-goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma.

The 29th edition of the Supercoppa was played at the Jassim Bin Hamad stadium in Doha, Qatar.

Juventus midfielder Miralem Pjanic will find no goal from a free kick.

Juventus came in the eighteenth minute lead: 1-0.

Defender Giorgio Chiellini accomplished touch after a corner from Pjanic.

Giacomo Bonaventura has signed a seven minute rest before the final on behalf of Milan.

There was then no longer scored, and then Milan the penalty’s better took (4-3.

The players of Milan celebrate the win of the Super Cup, the first prize for the club since 2011.

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According to goalkeeper Donnarumma also played Milan coach Vincenzo Montella an important role in the victory at Juventus.

“We knew that we had to give, and were equivalent to Juventus. The trainer gave us a little something extra. We all like to listen to him.”

Milan came against Juventus with seven Italians in the basis. “It’s great to win with so many Italians in the field, count the foreign players of course as well join in. I have an indescribable feeling.”

AC Milan was, in the past eighteen times champion of Italy, which the last time in 2011. In addition, the Europa Cup I/Champions League seven times won. That was nine years ago for the last time.

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AC Milan wins Italian Super Cup and takes first prize in five years

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