MILAN - Antonio Cassano made his first
start for AC Milan as the Serie A leaders beat bottom side Bari
3-0 at home on Thursday to complete the lineup for the Italian
Zlatan Ibrahimovic blasted in after 19 minutes through a
pass from Robinho, who scored the third midway through the
second half after Milan had doubled their lead through Alexander
Merkel in first half stoppage-time.
The victory set up a trip next Wednesday to Sampdoria, the
club Cassano left earlier this month.
The Italy forward, who had made several impressive
substitute appearances, was included from the start in a
surprisingly strong Milan side seeking to get back to winning
ways after two straight league draws.
All the big guns have reached the last eight after the last
16 round of the generally unpopular competition was played over
the past two weeks.
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