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Milan’s goal came in the 85th min from Sierra Leonean international Rodney Strasser’s assist from Cassano as ‘the Rossoneri beat Cagliari away from home Thursday evening to extend their lead in the Italian Serie A. His goal was describe as Milan winter sample by the Italian www.corriere.it.
Strasser was to be sold in the January transfer window but Boateng’s injury paved the way for the agile midfielder as coach Allegri decided to keep him.
The Sierra Leonean international 20-years Rodney Strasser unlocked Rossoneri in a tough away clash a brilliant goal that saw the entire Milan squad show satisfaction. It was a vital away three points for the Italians giant and was a great achievement for the young talented midfielder.
This was the Sierra Leonean’s first ever goal since he made his debut for the Italian side against Udinese December 21 2008.
Shedding tears was part of his celebration as the whole Milan squad run towards him to pat on the back the young gifted midfielder.
He recently made his international debut for the Sierra Leone national team in the 2012 African Cup of Nations qualification away in the Egypt 5 September 2010.
Milan now with 39 points from 18 league encounters means they are above Lazio with 5 clear points.
“We started the year better than we finished the previous one, but we are also happy because it was a painful victory, “said the Milan coach, Massimiliano Allegri, to win the big competitions, it takes a great team and a great spirit of sacrifice, and today the boys showed. Today it was important to win, we did it in a way not beautiful, we made some mistakes, but overall there was a lot of attention, congratulation to Strasser he show he is ready to mix” Allegri said.
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