Italian big name, AC Milan, got the better side of bottom-placed Cagliari In a 3-1 victory at Unipol Domus stadium on Wednesday.
The home team, who seeks their first league win under coach Claudio Ranieri, got the lead in the 29th minute when Zito Luvumbo cut inside the Milan defence before firing a shot past Sportiello.
The home fans erupted in jubilation as they got their first goal.
Switzerland international, Noah Okafor, levelled the scores for Milan in the 40th minute.
Pulisic skipped past Cagliari’s right back, Zappa, before making a low cross from the left to Okafor.
The 23-year-old forward made no mistake to put the ball right into the net.
Right on the half-time mark, Fikayo Tomori got his chance as he took Milan ahead by 2-1 within five minutes.
The home team got a great chance in the 56th minute when Luvumbo’s volley from 10 yards out got deflected.
Milan star player, Rafael Leao came off the bench to replace Nigerian international, Samuel Chukwueze in the 69th minute.
The Portuguese failed to register a goal in his name.
As the play went on, with Milan taking a good possession of the ball for most of the game, former Chelsea midfielder, Loftus-Cheek, received a fine pass from Pulisic.
The Englishman struck the ball past Radunovic into the bottom left corner of the post at the 60th-minute mark.
With today’s win, the Rossoneri occupy the second position on the league table sharing the same point with leaders Inter Milan, who have a game in hand.