Grandfather, father, son — three of the Maldivians
It will be difficult to find a football fan who has not heard the names of Cesare Maldini and Paolo Maldini. Played for Italy, led the national team. However, the name of AC Milan is more suitable with these two. Cesare has spent most of his career in Milan, coaching the team. Paolo has spent his entire career there.
Daniel Maldini has joined the main team from AC Milan’s youth team in the way shown by Cesare and Paolo. Paolo Maldini’s son made his Serie A debut in the Milan jersey today. And that’s why Rangalen, he scored a great goal. Milan also won 2-1 against Spetsia.
Cesare Maldini lit up the Milan jersey in the 1950s and 60s. After his retirement, his son Paolo Maldini took the helm of Milan. Paolo played his last match in 2009 in Milan’s jersey. But Maldini’s era did not end in Milan. Paolo’s son Daniel signed up for the traditional Italian club. The game of three generations for one club is something wonderful for football fans. And the goal? She is sohaga gold!
Daniel Maldini put Milan ahead in the 47th minute today. Daniel jumped into the box on Pierre Kalulu’s cross and scored the header. Paolo Maldini, one of the best defenders in football history, has enjoyed that moment since being on the field. After the boy’s first goal, he got up from his chair and expressed his excitement.
The Maldivian family is deeply involved with AC Milan. Cesare Maldini has won the league four times in 412 matches against AC Milan. Later he also served as the coach for two terms. His son Paolo Maldini has surpassed his fame.
He has played 902 matches in Milan after spending a quarter of a century as a player. He has won the league seven times and the Champions League five times. After father and grandfather, it was Daniel’s turn. Dada Cesare scored 3 goals for Milan and Baba Paulo scored 33 goals. Daniel’s goal count started today. Daniel is a little different from his father and grandfather. Daniel is an attacking midfielder, although his predecessors have been busy scoring goals as defenders.