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Milan, Gazzetta: “Pioli how bitter the Kalulu crossbar is”

MILAN, GAZZETTA – As reported by the Gazzetta, the Milan coach Pioli put the defeat at home under the big magnifying glass.

Milan, Gazzetta: “Pioli how bitter the Kalulu crossbar is”

“The accounts do not add up It will be a situation to be handled with care, because a defeat in a direct match always hurts and because at the Rossoneri home they will return to breathe remote sensations: yesterday’s crash comes 22 games and 244 days after the last defeat in championship, against Spezia on January 17th. One life and one championship ago: Pioli will have to return to take on the role of the psychologist and quickly recharge the mind and body of the group. The first crash came in the belly of San Siro, and it was an energetic tug, a mixture of disappointment and frustration for not being able to tilt the plan of the evening in the right direction: “I’m not satisfied and neither should the players be – Pioli’s words to Dazn -. If you play like this you can’t lose. We only scored one goal, and that’s too little for what we created. There is disappointment, we were not to lose. But that’s how football is, we will also learn from this evening. The performance was there, from all points of view ». Milan, however, gave the feeling of not being able to manage the moments of the match, an art learned during the championship run of the past championship and perfected this season, at least until last night: aggressive and concrete in the first 45 minutes, but without wickedness (and luck, given the crossbar hit by Giroud) in front of goal; revitalized after the French’s equalizer but surprised by the ball that rained down in the area and was sent to goal by Simeone; still stopped by bad luck on the crossbar hit by Kalulu in the final ”.

Christian Marangio

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