(IN THE PHOTO: coach Inzaghi gives instructions)MILAN – Coach Filippo Inzaghi had promised commitment and a desire to win back the fans ahead of the match with Lazio in his press conference on Saturday and he certainly delivered on that promise. Inzaghi also asked people to be patient and wait for the 31st of August before making any judgments on the side and it was well worth the wait. On Sunday the fans were treated to a victory over a strong side and three points to start the 2014/15 season on the right foot.Here are some of the numbers from the 3-1 win against Lazio:10- just like the number of goals that Sulley Muntari has now scored with the Milan jersey in Serie A. The first came against Cesena in Round 24 of the 2011/2012 season. The first at the San Siro meanwhile was in Round 36 of the 2011/2012 season. 3- the number of winning starts by Inzaghi as a coach at Milan. 2 in the Youth Sector and 1 with the First Team. With the Allievi Nazionali, Inzaghi made his debut as coach in a 5-1 victory versus Bologna while with the Primavera he managed to start off with a 4-0 win away from home against Pescara. The match versus Lazio in Round 1 of the 2014/15 season makes it a hat-trick for our coach.Keisuke Honda has finally found the back of the net in Serie A at the San Siro. In doing so he scored Milan’s first goal of the league campaign and his first in Serie A at the San Siro. His first ever goal for the rossoneri came versus Spezia in the Italian Cup in January and his only previous goal in Serie A was scored last season away to Genoa.4- the number of players that made their official debut at the San Siro versus Lazio. Diego Lopez, Alex and Jeremy Menez all from the first minute and Pablo Armero who came on as a substitute. Diego Lopez saved a penalty while Menez won his side a penalty and then duly converted.