UDINE – Marco Giampaolo's Milan made their debut in the league with an opaque performance on the Udinese field but the finger of the fans and the social network people is focused above all on Piatek's play during the second half of the match. The Polish striker dropped to the edge of the Udinese penalty area, although no one had touched him, then he let himself fall to the ground again when Ekong approached him scolding him for the previous simulation. In short, Piatek tried to mislead the referee twice but failed.
Almost nothing worked in Milan today. Giampaolo started the game with Paqueta behind the attacking pair Piatek and Castillejo but the Brazilian failed to serve their assists worthy of the name and the two offensive terminals proved not to have understanding. Even Suso and Borini, players who started from the midfield, have really created very few dangers for Udinese's defense.
In the first half, the Friulians thought more than anything else to defend themselves and then set off on the counterattack while in the second half they played more courageously and found the goal of the advantage with newcomer Rodrigo Becao.
The Brazilian defender, arrived during this transfer from Cska Moscow, was very good at taking the time to an expert soccer player like Kessie to hit the ball with his head and beat an innocent Gigio Donnarumma.
Marco Giampaolo needs time to include Milan's new signings in his tactical form but the Rossoneri need points and for this reason the first few days remain of fundamental importance.
Marco Giampaolo does not want to hear about the "obsession" for the Champions League but does not hide important ambitions. "For the Champions – explains on the eve of the match with Udinese – many teams run. For history, blazon and quality, Milan must aim at that goal ".
On the market, Giampaolo cuts short: "Correa? I do not know him. I thought the market would burn nervous energy, I concentrate on what I have. The managers know what to do. Suso remains? I would be happy but the market is not yet closed "(source Ansa).
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Source: Blitz Quotidiano