Serie A: Chukwueze Subbed Off As AC Milan Edge Genoa

Serie A: Chukwueze Subbed Off As AC Milan Edge Genoa

Super Eagles winger, Samuel Chukwueze was at his best mettle in AC Milan’s 1-0 win over Genoa in Saturday’s Serie A game.

The Nigerian international was making his sixth appearance and yet to score.

He was substituted in the 46th minute for Christian Pulisic.

 

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Pulisic’s late strike at Genoa sent Milan top of the Serie A table, despite a crazy end to the match which saw both goalkeepers red-carded.

The American striker controlled a cross from compatriot Yunus Musah on his right foot and then crashed home a left-footed volley leaving Josep Martinez with no chance.

There was a lengthy check to judge whether the ball struck Pulisic’s bicep or right chest before he shot home, but without conclusive evidence, it appeared, eventually the goal was allowed to stand.

Early life and education

Chukwueze was born in Amaokwe Ugba Ibeku, Abia State. He is of Igbo descent and was brought up in a Christian family with a younger brother and a younger sister.

He attended Government College Umuahia and Evangel Secondary School. He started playing football at the age of 8 and he admired Jay-Jay Okocha and Arjen Robben as his football idols growing up.
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