Saturday, 17 October 2015

Mihajlovic: AC Milan suffer unnecessary anxiety -Goal


Sinisa Mihajlovic rued AC Milan's inability to hold on to their lead in Saturday's 1-1 draw at Torino, and believes nervousness saw them concede the equaliser.

Carlos Bacca opened the scoring after coming off the bench in the second half, yet Daniele Baselli restored parity with the Turin side's first shot on target - much to the frustration of the Milan coach.
"We put in a good performance, but we just stopped playing after we grabbed the lead," Mihajlovic blasted at his press conference afterwards.
"It is almost as if we got nervous after we opened the scoring. We always play well for one half or so.
"And then we started playing again after they levelled the scoring. It is a matter of anxiety. I have to fix the same problems game after game. We are Milan and have to be more clever.
"We dropped two points here. I understand that the fans are not satisfied, but we are disappointed as well.
"We just keep trying to improve and grow, though."
The heavily-reinforced Rossoneri's third game without a victory sees them languishing in 11th, having picked up just 10 points from eight games so far.

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