AC Milan won over Sampdoria, Stefano Pioli very satisfied
Coach Stefano Pioli was very satisfied and proud to see the appearance of his players when they silenced Sampdoria at dawn.
As is known, the Rossoneri visited the headquarters of Sampdoria on the 37th Giornata of Italy’s Serie A in the early morning West Indonesian Time (30/07). The match that took place at the Stadio Luigi Ferraris, AC Milan managed to win with a landslide score of 4-1.
The goals in the match were scored by Hakan Calhanoglu and Rafael Leao, while the other two goals were scored by Zlatan Ibrahimovic. The host himself only replied with an Askildsen goal at the end of the match.
This victory extends AC Milan’s positive record, because that way they are unbeaten in 12 matches in all competitions. Not only that, thanks to three pocketable points, the Rossoneri are now ranked 6th with 63 points.
After the match, Stefano Pioli could not criticize the performance of his players. Apart from one goal that nested against Donnarumma, the former Lazio coach claimed to be very satisfied.
“The important thing is to play well and win. We can only think of us. The results of the people in front of us are very important. We won a match that we could have done before, but we did well,”
“We are a team. “We have confidence in the results, even with a strong team, which has helped us,” Pioli said.
With this victory, Milan also managed to ensure a ticket to the Europa League next season. But they must first play a qualifying match. But for now, Pioli has asked his players not to think about qualifying matches first.
“From Sunday, the children will rest for three weeks. Not undergoing qualifications can enable us to recover properly. If we have to do it, we will immediately play six matches in the first 20-25 days, ”
“It will be a tiring start, but I have young players and are straight-minded. I am not worried if there must be more commitment. We shouldn’t be after just one competition. ”
As for Italy’s last Serie A Giornata this season, Milan will face Cagliari.