17 Sep

Gattuso believes Torino stalemate was a fair result

first_imgGennaro Gattuso has given his verdict on the barren draw with Torino claiming it was not a missed opportunity citing the growth of the team.Milan’s shot-stopper Donnarumma pulled two great saves in the first half, however, Gattuso’s men were not clinical in front of goal after the break.A win would have kept them in a firm position for the top four race in the Serie A, but instead are only one point clear of Lazio.“I don’t consider it a missed opportunity, as we were well aware that Torino are a difficult team, were unbeaten on their travels,” the Coach told Football Italia.“We struggled a little for 15-20 minutes, but then played the game we needed to. Torino have a lot of quality and it’s a good point. I don’t see it as a bad performance at all. I am sure that a year ago, we would’ve lost this game.Cristiano Ronaldo, JuventusSerie A Betting: Match-day 3 Stuart Heath – September 14, 2019 Considering there is a number of perfect starts so early in the Serie A season, as well as a few surprisingly not-so perfect ones….“At this moment, the team is giving its all, we have a lot of players out injured and I think we’re doing well in the circumstances.“Higuain is a little below par because he still has this back problem, he’s playing through the pain and we need to wait for him to get better. He struggles to train consistently and this is penalising him.“I have to make do with what I’ve got. We have injuries, there are problems with UEFA, but all that is not my business. I can’t sit here complaining about things I can’t control. I just have to get the current players to deliver at the best of their abilities.“I’ve been a player and know how it feels when you hear the Coach talking about the transfer market or other players who can come in. I don’t want to disrespect them by standing here discussing transfers, that is for the directors to do.”last_img

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