With his back to goal there is a great piece of ball juggling from Andrea Petagna before he swivels to volley past the Anderlecht keeper in the Viareggio Cup final.

The young Milan side were coached by legendary Italy striker Pippo Inzaghi and fittingly, Petagna admitted the manager was an inspiration to him.

“I’m glad that I was able to give the team a hand,” said the Italian Under-19 international.

“It wasn’t easy for me, having spent six months without really playing, but we played a great match.

“It would be my dream to follow in the footsteps of Inzaghi. He’s a great coach, like [Clarence] Seedorf.

 

 

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