Pablo Mari is back in Monza training for the first time since the Arsenal star on loan was stabbed in a horrific Milan knife attack

PABLO MARI is training with Monza for the first time since he was stabbed in a horror knife attack.

One person was killed and five injured in a stabbing rampage in a Milan shopping center in October.

Pablo Mari has returned to Monza training after being stabbed in October

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Pablo Mari has returned to Monza training after being stabbed in OctoberCredit: EPA
One person was killed by a knifeman in a frenzied attack at a Milan shopping center

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One person was killed by a knifeman in a frenzied attack at a Milan shopping centerPhoto credit: Reuters

Mari, rescued by Napoli icon Massimo Tarantino, was airlifted to hospital after being stabbed in the back.

And the Arsenal loanee, 29, underwent surgery the next day to repair muscles damaged in the frenzy.

Mari, who has been ruled out for two months, made a surprise visit to a game in Monza earlier this month.

And he has made excellent progress in his recovery by starting training today.

Mari gave Monza pals a boss as he attended team drills while also doing individual work.

The Brazilian had already made a good impression on his new side before the stabbing, scoring once in eight Serie A games.

Monza coach Raffaele Palladino is unlikely to count his hens just yet.

But the Italian minnows are confident Mari could be available for their league return against Fiorentina on January 4.

It would surely be an amazing sight for football fans around the world.

And Mari admits that he’s been counting his blessings since the horrific event.

At the time he said: “I was in the trolley with my child and felt an unbearable pain in my back.

“Then this man stabbed another man in the throat. I was lucky today because I saw someone die in front of me.”

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