Benevento's Alberto Brignoli celebrates after scoring their second goal. (REUTERS/Ciro De Luca)
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AC Milan's visit to bottom-of-the-table Benevento Sunday was supposed to be all about Gennaro Gattuso as the famously combative former midfielder made his debut as coach of the seven-times European champions.Instead, Gattuso's thunder was stolen by a 26-year-old goalkeeper who has spent the last two years being shunted around clubs on loan and struggling to hold down a first-team place.Brignoli himself has had a frustrating time over the last two seasons.He was the regular goalkeeper for second tier Ternana until he joined Italian champions Juventus in July 2015 .Despite the point, Benevento remained eight points adrift at the bottom of the table and are still firm favourites to go straight back down.
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