Player of Week澳门现场娱乐 28: Jeremy Menez

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Although ‘only’ a corner, Menez stunned the Cagliari box with a deep, driven delivery, which compatriot Mexes met on the edge of the box. The defender promptly slammed the ball home on the volley, albeit taking a slight deflectio金沙登录n en route to its passage over the line.

With those two goals, the attacker brought up his tally for the season to 15 in 29 appearances, one more than he netted in three seasons and 79 games at Paris Saint-Germain. In fact, he has now remarkably scored more for Milan than any of his previous clubs.

There comes a time in many a season when a specific event can change the course of a club’s fortunes. In the case of Jeremy Menez, Week 28 may have finally witnessed his evolution from a talented, yet frustrating, individual into a true talisman, shouldering the burden of his team.

Indeed, just four goals in each of his three campaigns backed up the tifosi’s vexations, while only Francesco Totti could be excused from not fulfilling his defensive duties, resulting in his car wi博狗62ndscreen being smashed by cowardly thugs at the end of his spell in the capital.

With five defeats in their last 10 matches, Milan’s form had nosedived at a crucial juncture, reportedly leaving Pippo Inzaghi’s position as Coach on the line and Rossoneri fans with no choice but to boycott Saturday’s visit of Cagliari in numbers.

Nonetheless, up stepped Menez after just 21 minutes to hit one of the goals of the weekend, anywhere to be seen 365娱乐开户in Europe, . Receiving the ball down the left, he shifted inside and unleashed a delightful, curling effort into the bottom-right corner of Zeljko Brkic’s net.

A member of France’s Generation 1987, which produced similarly-skilled stars such as Samir Nasri, Karim Benzema and Hatem Ben Arfa, the quartet have one thing in common – a selfish streak. Sadly, this part of the game had hindered Menez for most of his career.

Fortunately, Les Bleus’ ace seems to have risen to the challenge of reviving one of the world’s most famous clubs, where his individualism is now being hailed as the work of a saviour. It’s time the real Jeremy Menez finally stood up.

The Frenchman’s celebration for the strike also spoke volumes as he displayed Mario Balotelli-like tendencies, smarting a glum look on his face, and cupping his ear. He quickly denied it was directed towards the absent supporters, but silence the critics he did.

Milan have hardly enjoyed the rub of the green, and they would have happily taken the penalty given to them on 76 minutes, despite Alessio Cerci clearly being felled by Luca Ceppitelli outside the box. Regardless, Menez made no mistake from 12 yards out, sending Krkic the wrong way.

At Roma, Menez could have a candidacy for being the most divisive player in their history. A world-beater, who ran rings around Serie A defenders, on his day, the winger was constantly accused of lacking commitment and playing for himself too often, rarely completing 90 minutes.

The Diavolo suffered a momentary setback in the early part of the second half, when Diego Farias left Philippe Mexes on his rear for a Sardinian equaliser, but more Menez magic – straight off the training ground – presented his side with a second goal, just two minutes later.