Milan, Pride of Pioli: “We’ll Grow Again”

Liverpool (UK) –we will use this game to grow“. stefano pioli sorry for the end result but i do congratulations on their union The way he played in Liverpool. “Too bad for the result, but I am sure this match with its intensity will push us a lot. We were inspired. We expected a strong start from our rivals Told Sky Sport Microphone – at the start of the race We were very stagnant and could not take their pressure off. The atmosphere, the intensity of the opponents got us into trouble, but then we managed to react and after the first twenty five minutes of agony, we reversed the outcome. The regret is on the goal scored in the second half, because of some mistakes that we could have avoided.”

look at the gallery

Hearts not enough for Milan: Salah and Henderson launch Liverpool

Pioli: “We can grow, this race will help us”

at the end of the game Rosonerie Coach I recieved Compliments from Klopp. “He was smiling, as is usual, ever since he won, but he praised us saying it was a great match. We leave the stadium with the awareness that the team can move on and the level of the Champions League is high, but we can keep our word. Too bad we conceded for the third goal. We didn’t have to push that ball out of the box like that.” Pioli focuses on the start of the match. “His pressure bothered us, but we managed to get some action by punching him in the middle. The quality of our opponents is undeniable, but we know and do better in situations that have punished us, such as scoring chances. Long throw to take your pressure off? Today we didn’t have the center forward to absorb the long deliveries and looked for a dribble. We’ve often managed to get them into trouble“.

Inter and Milan: Bitter Champions.  Sarri: "group hard"

watch the video

Inter and Milan: Bitter Champions. Sarri: “Round Tough”

See also  Scottish Soccer Dwell: Celtic announce Essential signing, when lovers could return to grounds, constructive Covid-19 test in latest round of tests, Rangers to announce signing 'soon', ex-Ibrox ace nears Hearts transfer

You May Also Like

About the Author: Piers Parker

Alcohol maven. Incurable pop culture specialist. Communicator. Gamer. Certified explorer.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *