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Strong showing from Lucas Caruana as Sampdoria defeat Milan

Lucas Caruana put on a solid display as he helped Sampdoria earn a last-gasp win over Milan in their second Primavera league game, on Friday.

Lucas Caruana in action for Sampdoria against Milan.

The Maltese youngster, born in 2005, was deployed at half-time and played the second half as a defensive midfielder in a 4-2-3-1 system.

Caruana’s defensive contribution allowed the Blucerchiate to hold on to a one-goal lead until the 85th minute when Milan levelled terms from the penalty spot.

Nonetheless, Sampdoria still managed to clinch the three points with a stoppage-time winner.

Lucas Caruana (right) celebrating Sampdoria’s winning goal.

Last week, Caruana made his Sampdoria debut when he entered in the closing stages of the 0-0 draw against Hellas Verona.

Sampdoria’s next game is on September 1 when they face Lecce in an away fixture from the Primavera – Girone 1.

Earlier this season, Caruana also featured for Maltese champions Hibernians in the UEFA Champions League qualifications before completing his move to Italian football.

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