Why didn’t Allegri line-up the same squad he had lined-up in Coppa Italia match?
Why must Ibrahimovic stay on the pitch even if he isn’t able to play a decent ball?
You can answer: oh, the team are full of injured players, and Allegri had not many choice!
Well, so have we to thank God because Klose was out?
What would have been happened if he had been on the pitch?
As I said in my review of Coppa Italia Milan - Lazio game, The team without Zlatan look like more fast and unpredictable.
Probably too much for Allegri, he can’t give the Swedish up, at least for an half, after the bad performance of him.
Ac Milan games was for about 70 minutes: a central midfielder (Thiago Silva or Nesta) had passed to Mesbah, Mesbah delivered to a midfielder (Nocerino or Robinho) while he was running on the side. The ball owner had given the ball back to Mesbah, and after a look to his tagged teammates, the newcomer crossed back to one of two central midfielders. Then a long ball to Abate that had ran and lost the ball with a cross into the box or passed to Ibra. Obviously Zlatan missed the ball shortly after.
If the previous explanation makes any sense to you, the highlights worths to be watched just for Lazio’s goals.
How can Muntari be useful in this team? Of course, when he will be available in two weeks.
How can club think to win a Scudetto playing always in this way? (Good when Zlatan is on fire, but awful when he is asleep)
I definitely hope Ac Milan, and above all Allegri will be able to answer with facts to these questions.