Third back-to-back victory and a team that keeps improving, although…
ONE STEP AT THE TIME
It has been an important win because the Rossoneri hadn’t won against any of the Serie A top sixand have managed to put to an end this negative record. But this is only the first step of a ladder to climb. We need to improve and grow as a team.
A BIG THANK YOU GOES TO THE FANS
The Curva Sud and all the 50,000 Rossoneri at San Siro. It may seem rhetorical but the definition of the 12th man is today so appropriate having seen the ‘performance’ of our supporters also on Sunday’s game against Lazio. And this is why the team needs its fans on Wednesday’s TIM Cup semifinal where we face the Biancocelesti, once again.
AC MILAN IN THE FIRST HALF
The team scored twice and created a lot, displaying a convincingly solid performance. That second goal scored by Jack Bonaventura shows the improvement in the Rossoneri‘s play. Gattuso made no secret he prefers his team’s first-half performance, rather than the second 45 minutes
Gattuso: the best one can ask for. After every AC Milan game, the players share their thoughts in the post-match interviews. The total complicity with their coach emerges from every point of view. And this is very important, for that step at the time we want to take and which has to stay AC Milan’s objective.
THE THREE WINS
The team move the ball around well and run more. The individuals are improving, especially Davide Calabria and Hakan Calhanoglu. But Bonaventura and Biglia too are different players from their toughest moments of the season and which – after five consecutive positive results between Cup and League games – now look as distant memories. But we always have to keep our guard up, without getting overexcited. Happy for the victory, but we still have a long road ahead of us.