Paolo Maldini’s son Daniel makes AC Milan debut against Hellas Verona

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February 2, 2020
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    Daniel Maldini

    Daniel Maldini made his AC Milan debut in the 1-0 International Cup defeat by Bayern Munich in Kansas City last July

    Daniel Maldini, son of AC Milan legend Paolo and grandson of the similarly feted Cesare, made his Serie A debut in a 1-1 draw with Hellas Verona.

    Unlike his family predecessors, who were both defenders, 18-year-old Daniel is an attacking midfielder.

    Cesare won four Italian titles during his time as a player, then had two spells as Milan manager.

    Paolo, whose 647 games is a Serie A record, won the league seven times as well as five Champions League titles.

    Another of Paolo’s sons, Christian, played for Milan at youth level and is now plying his trade in the Italian lower leagues.

    Davide Faraoni’s opener for Verona was cancelled out by Hakan Calhanoglu at the San Siro.

    Although the away side had Sofyan Amrabat sent off in the 68th minute, Milan could not force a winner, and sit eighth in Serie A, seven points behind the top four.

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    AC Milan

    • 99Donnarumma
    • 2CalabriaSubstituted forSaelemaekersat 77'minutes
    • 22Musacchio
    • 13Romagnoli
    • 19HernándezBooked at 45mins
    • 7Castillejo AzuagaSubstituted forMaldiniat 90+3'minutes
    • 10Calhanoglu
    • 79Kessié
    • 5BonaventuraSubstituted forTolentino Coelho de Limaat 64'minutes
    • 17da Conceição Leão
    • 18Rebic


    • 1Begovic
    • 12Conti
    • 39Tolentino Coelho de Lima
    • 46Gabbia
    • 56Saelemaekers
    • 90Donnarumma
    • 93Laxalt
    • 94Brescianini
    • 98Maldini

    Hellas Verona

    • 1SilvestriBooked at 90mins
    • 13RrahmaniBooked at 24mins
    • 21Günter
    • 24Kumbulla
    • 5Faraoni
    • 34S AmrabatBooked at 68mins
    • 4Pinto Veloso
    • 88Lazovic
    • 32PessinaBooked at 86mins
    • 20ZaccagniSubstituted forDawidowiczat 90+4'minutes
    • 14VerreSubstituted forBoriniat 70'minutesBooked at 90mins


    • 8Eysseric
    • 9Stepinski
    • 10Di Carmine
    • 11Pazzini
    • 15Bocchetti
    • 16Borini
    • 22Berardi
    • 23Dimarco
    • 27Dawidowicz
    • 33Empereur
    • 96Radunovic
    • 98Adjapong

    Referee:Daniele Chiffi

    Match Stats

    Home TeamAC MilanAway TeamHellas VeronaPossessionHome60%Away40%ShotsHome26Away7Shots on TargetHome5Away4CornersHome9Away3FoulsHome11Away12

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    Match ends, Milan 1, Verona 1.

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