AC Milan managed to continue their positive record by winning the contract match Sassuolo at dawn earlier this morning (07/27). The victory looks more complete hearing the new contract deal given by the club to coach Stefano Pioli.
Come to the headquarters of Sassuolo, Milan immediately step on the gas through Zlatan Ibrahimovic, where the Swedish striker managed to score a pair of goals. Before the break the match, the host had time to respond with a goal Caputo.
In the second half, Sassuolo only played with 10 men after Mehdi Bourabia found a red card from the referee. However, the superiority of the number of players could not be utilized by the Rossoneri to increase the advantage, the score 2-1 remained until the fight was over.
But this narrow victory was enough to produce three points for the Rossoneri. That way, they are now up to fifth in the standings, as they note that AS Roma and Napoli haven’t played the 35th giornata.
But despite the final results, after the match AC Milan announced the good news that the club had extended coach Stefano Pioli’s contract. The manager said he was very pleased with this new contract.
“I am very happy, I knew in a few days that I would get the chance to lead this prestigious club from the start, a team that I knew had quality and could grow,”
“It’s clear that I’m very happy. Our future is now and we must focus on the next three matches, because there are many things to do, “he told Sky Sport Italia.
Naturally, Pioli was excited, because his fate had been unclear following rumors of the arrival of Ralf Rangnick who will also double as director of sports.
Milan’s decision was arguably right, because Pioli was able to take the club through the last 10 matches without defeat.
“The club has proven that they are very fair to me, because at an individual meeting, I was told that there were no definitive decisions and new decisions would be made based on evaluations towards the end of the season,”
“If we don’t return to the field after the competition starts, it will be a season of great regret, because from the beginning we have shown signs of what we can do.” concluded Pioli.