It was a dramatic four-goal thriller in Sardinia, as Cagliari fought back to lead 2-1 with Leonardo Pavoletti’s back-heel flick, but Spezia converted a penalty for 2-2 in stoppages.
Cagliari's head coach is not satisfied with the result against Spezia and believes Cagliari 'threw two points away.'
In Cagliari's game against Spezia, Di Francesco's players were ahead of their opponent until the last minutes of the match, but in the 95th minute, Spezia drew the game with a goal from the penalty spot.
It's a pity that we threw two points away,"
told Sky Sport Italia.
"We wanted to dedicate the victory to Sardinia, for the tragedy that occurred yesterday, to show that we are all with them."
Three people were killed in floods in the
region on Saturday.
"We concede too many goals, but we knew that already, and it's not just the defence that has to work on this, but the whole team helping out. The defenders are often blamed, but they are the least responsible for some situations.
"We also should've had the strength to finish off the game, seeing as we wasted a couple of clear opportunities to go 3-1 up. Even with four strikers on the field, we still maintained some balance."