Rome, Italy.- The Polish Krzysztof Piatek, the Spaniard Samu Castillejo and the Frenchman Theo Hernández decided on Wednesday to move Milan to the quarter-finals of the Italian Cup, by scoring one goal each in a 3-0 win against Ferrara.Without needing Sweden’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who spent the 90 minutes on the bench, Milan prevailed safely against a Spal who is a Co-stratelist in Serie A and who seeks this year to avoid dropping from the top flight after three courses in the top division.
Piatek came out of the headline and advanced Milan in the 23rd minute by beating Albanian goalkeeper Etrit Berisha in one hand, while Castillejo, who had forgiven a clear chance against the goalkeeper in the 17th, was 2-0 with an excellent cross-shot to a squad just before half-time.
After taking an assist last Sunday in the 2-0 win against Cagliari, Castillejo added his first goal of the season. In the second half, Milan sentenced the duel with a goal from outside the area of Theo Hernández (d.66), who retrieved a ball in the midfield, traveled more than thirty meters and signed a cross-left that fulminated the cancerbero.
Polish Krzysztof Piatek scoring a goal against Spal in the Italian Cup/AFP
The exlateral Of Real Madrid, signed by Milan in exchange for 20 million euros, is shining his experience in Italy and already has four goals in Serie A, in addition to both signed on Wednesday at San Siro.
In the quarter-finals, Milan will face The Torino, who eliminated Genoa last week in the penalty shootout.