A.C Milan won posticipo after a great first half, crowned by a penalty awarded by the Referee, Rizzoli, for a doubtful handball against Isla, and after a second half where Juve forced Rossoneri to play mostly in a defensive way.
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Robinho celebrated by Captain Montolivo and El Shaarawy after the goal.
I have finally joined the no-hope-for-the-future supporter group.
Defensive and attacking lines aside, what I had evaluated a good midfielder on the paper, showed to be just a set of footballers whom never met themselves before.
The squad lined-up hadn’t a proper forward, and Rossoeneri’s game had started every time Sampdoria had lost the ball: it was always long pass to wingers whom rarely found proper chances.
What meant game over in my mind, was Allegri’s cleverness. Robinho, after a powerful shot, kept his thigh in his hands: Allegri had decided to substitute El Shaarawy and just after he paid attention to Robinho, wasting the chance to have more forwards into the pitch.
Why did the only prima punta around -Pazzini- was on the bench?
Why did Galliani leave the stadium before the final whistle, when he disemboweled the team?
I hope Ac Milan will lose also the next two games, so the management will sack Allegri and Rossoneri could, at least, find decent tactics.
Mario Yepes, man of the match. The 36 year old guy played the second half as a defender, a midfielder and a striker.