Early this morning, in the third round of the UEFA Europa League qualifying match, AC Milan defeated Bodo Grint 3-2 at home. Milan striker Lorenzo Colombo scored the goal for the team to overtake the team at the age of 18. At an age of 200 days, he became the youngest goal scorer in Milan since Niang in 2012.
In the 32nd minute of the game, Lorenzo Colombo, who represented Milan's first team for the first time, received a heel pass from Chalkhan Olu and scored the first goal of Milan's career, helping the team to overtake the score 2-1.
在比赛的第32分钟，首次代表米兰一线队的洛伦佐·科伦坡（Lorenzo Colombo）获得了查尔克·奥卢（Chalkhan Olu）的脚跟传球，打进了米兰职业生涯的第一个进球，帮助球队以2-1的比分领先。
According to statistics from the well-known football data website Opta, the 18-year-old and 200-day-old Colombo has become Milan's youngest scorer since Niang, who scored against Regina in the Coppa Italia in December 2012.