awards02 December 2021


A brace on his full debut in Rossoneri colours: Junior voted as the MVP from the match in Genoa

From Madrid to Genoa: after his first AC Milan goal on his Champions League debut, Junior Messias bagged his first brace on his full debut in Rossoneri colours. And now the attacking midfielder has been voted as the MVP from Genoa 0-3 AC Milan, during which he made a significant contribution. Indeed, he became the first Brazilian AC Milan player to score two goals in a Serie A away match since Ronaldinho did so against Juventus in 2010.

An illustrious figure to follow in the footsteps of, then, with Junior producing a high-quality display at the Ferraris. Messias didn’t just find the net on two occasions, he was also the Rossonero who had the most shots on target. Furthermore, he won three tackles, produced two crosses and was on the end of two fouls. A great all-round performance at a crucial juncture of the season for AC Milan. Well done, Junior!

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