Milan win in Rome to make it three wins from three
The Rossoneri visit the Italian capital on matchday 3, where Pulisic will be looking to add to his early tally for the season.
AC Milan visit the Stadio Olimpico to play Jose Mourinho’s Roma in Serie A on Friday. The Rossoneri head into the clash with six points from a possible six so far. Roma, on the other hand, have just one point and will be hoping to record their first home win of the season.
Milan won away from home against Bologna (0-2) on the opening weekend and then beat Torino (4-1) at San Siro, meaning another victory, depending on the results that Napoli vs Lazio and Inter vs Fiorentina have, could see them go top or stay joint-top.
Roma currently sit in thirteenth place, behind the likes of Salernitana, Genoa and Frosinone. If they get three points tonight they could move into the top eight in Serie A.
The challenge for Milan
The task for the team led by Christian Pulisic will be to get another favorable result on the road, but Roma only have two defeats at home in the last 15 matches they have played in the Italian capital, although Rafael Leão, Olivier Giroud and Pulisic will pose a serious threat for the home side.
Before the start of the match, Belgian striker Romelu Lukaku will be presented in front of the home fans after his recent move from Chelsea.