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AC Milan Beat Frosinone 3-1 As Luka Jovic Jolts The Attack

The free signing finally shows his worth and gets his name on the scoreboard in an important win for Pioli.

AC Milan v Frosinone Calcio - Serie A TIM Photo by Claudio Villa/AC Milan via Getty Images

AC Milan finally get a convincing victory as they dismiss Frosinone 3-1 at the San Siro in a game with numerous rotations due to injury and suspension.

The game saw Luka Jovic get unlocked at long last as he bagged his first goal for the Rossoneri and then added an assist too. Jovic opened the scoring for Milan at the end of the first half as Samuel Chukwueze crossed the ball in only for a half clearance to drop it in front of Jovic who took a great half volley to open his account. Milan would double their lead just minutes in to the second half as Mike Maignan provided an unreal assist for Christian Pulisic who showed great strength and composure to hold off three defenders before fooling the keeper and lobbing the ball into the near post for his fifth goal of the season. At the 75th minute, Milan went 3-0 up as Jovic cushioned down a cross for Fikayo Tomori at point blank range to tap in and seal the game.

Former Milan Primavera product Marco Brescianini pulled one back for Frosinone with a free kick that bamboozled the defence and left Maignan stuck in the middle.

Chaka Traore got some minutes again as did Francesco Camarda off the bench but the optimism for Milan fans will be the return of key midfielder Ismael Bennacer after over six months out with injury.