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Lazio 0-3 AC Milan: Beautiful Game By Milan

Carlos quinteroContributor IFebruary 1, 2009

Does the word perfect exists in football? Believe it or not, that's how Milan is playing, folks.

Since Beckham's arrival or the beggining of the second leg; Milan is playing a beautiful football—sure, they lost four points against Roma and Genoa, but still they played very good on those games. The draws were a victory for Roma and Genoa.

Today, Milan played against Lazio in Rome and the rossoneris took the victory scoring three goals. First was Pato assisted by Beckham, second was Ambrossini assisted by Becks again, and the last one was by Ricky Kaka. The Brazilians scored their 10th goal of the season in Seria A.

The first half was played good by both sides, Milan was attacking but Zarate, Pandev and Co were being very dangerous too. In the 41' of the first half, Pato scored and since that goal, Lazio crashed down.

In the second half there was only one team in Rome, the ones from Milán. Ambrossini scored in the 47'; after that Kaka and Pato had chances for more goals but never succeed. The game ended at the 83', Seedorf made a beautiful pass to Ricky, and the former Fifa World Player and Golden Ball scored.

Perfect game by the rossoneris, the defense was good, Abbiati is a wall, Bonera returned better than ever; the midfield is just "hands down", Ambrossini, Pirlo and Beckham are playing in another level, and Kaka and Pato are just being them, wonderful.

Now Milan is only six points below Inter. Milan next game is at San Siro against Reggina, pretty accessible and the neroazzurros play against Catania in their home. The Scudetto is still possible!

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