The Moroccan scored to his old team in the 70th minute, with a goal to be scored as a Milan player.
Benfica played their last game in the United States at the International Champions Cup and also the last before the Portuguese Super Cup with Sporting.
The game had a few goal occasions, but without very obvious moves, the end result could have been a draw.
The first part was calm, with Benfica showing some tiredness, and little appetite for the attack, against Milan that dominated the construction of the incarnates.
Milan has managed to pass Benfica’s defensive a few times, but Vlachodimos on the basis has gotten the message.
Benfica, in the second half, came in more pressing, charging with the defence of the Italians, which achieved in the first moments, by Seferovic.
Rafa tried to ‘wake up’ the game more often, with quick thrusts, however, stopped by Milan’s defensive.
Adel Taarabt, who was a Milan player in a confusing move, scored after 70 minutes with the advantage Bruno Lage made several substitutions.
Ebuehi, Caio Lucas, Chiquinho, Samaris, Jardel and Florentino Luís entered the match and promoted more attacks, with former Moreirense and former Al Ain giving good indications in the attack.
By the end, only a free throw from Biglia, which hit the bar, after that throw, entered Jota and Zivkovic at 86 minutes, were Lage’s last options for the game.