Barcelona defeat AC Milan in a friendly match titled Joan Gamper Trophy 2010. The Blaugrana wins 3-1 in penalty shoot-out after the score tied 1-1 in normal time on Wednesday.
In this match, both sides are trying out their new players and young players. Barcelona tried David Villa, Adriano and Jeffren Suarez, while AC Milan for the first time tries Kevin Prince Boateng.
Even though this is not a prestigious match, both team are showing a serious performance, giving their best strategy and ability. In the first half, the home team seems to dominate, but unfortunately, they are unable to get any result.
In the second half, Los Azulgranas able to lead by David Villa's goal. In 47", Villa beat goalkeeper Marco Amelia after smashing Adriano's low cross from left-flank. Barcelona lead 1-0.
Rossoneri, of course will not stand down with the situation. They fought hard to level the score.
Massimiliano Allegri's decision to play Fillipo Inzaghi in the second half is proven to be precise. The veteran striker shows that he still the best in the world in the term of putting the ball into opponent's net, don't care how.
But this time, Inzaghi made a beautiful goal in 67". He received a long-cross from Clarence Seedorf, blasting a volley-kick to the upright corner of Jose Pinto's goal, level the score 1-1.
Both team fought hard to get the winning goal, but have to settle with 1-1 result until normal time ended and proceed with penalty shoot-out.
Milan have to surrender after Seedorf, Marek Jankulovski and Andrea Pirlo failed to score in the penalty shoot-out.
Barcelona: Pinto, Adriano, Milito (Fontas 63), Puyol (Pique 63), Abidal (Dani Alves 46); Maxwell (Thiago 46), Jeffren (Pedro 63), Jonathan (Busquets 63); Iniesta (Keita 63), Ibrahimovic (Bojan 46), Villa (Messi 63).
AC Milan: Amelia (Roma 60); Bonera (Abate 46), Nesta (Papastathopoulos 46), Thiago Silva (Yepes 60), Antonini (Jankulovski 46); Ambrosini (Seedorf 46), Pirlo, Boateng (Strasser 82); Huntelaar (Oduamadi 55), Borriello (Inzaghi 55), Ronaldinho (Merkel 76).