Fabio Liverani believes although Stefano Pioli has made Milan ‘a steamroller of a team’, they could make it difficult for them by attacking in numbers.
‘a steamroller of a team’, meaning they can keep going with the same intensity regardless of who is playing.
They are going to face each other on Sunday.
“Since the lockdown, Milan found their identity and unity, while Zlatan Ibrahimovic was the icing on the cake that raised the quality level,” Liverani said.
“Stefano Pioli’s work has made them a steamroller of a team, able to keep going with the same intensity regardless of who is playing. We have to make it difficult for them by attacking in numbers.
“When I arrived, I was told we had problems in defense, now I’m told we don’t score enough goals instead. It’s about finding a balance.”
seemed frustrated when they were not able to get the breakthrough in the game againstBenevento
“I can guarantee you that when I was a player, I was much worse than them,” Liverani added.
“I won’t get offended and I hold no rancor. There are rules and we mustn’t go overboard, but I don’t think anything bad happened.
“I like my team to be fired up and angry. There are no games to be taken for granted in Serie A, as we saw yesterday that Benevento basically pinned Sassuolo back into their own half and still lost. We all want to win, but results have to be earned.
“What I want to say is that everyone wants young players to get time on the pitch, but then nobody has the patience to wait for them to grow. Karamoh needs to understand his choices better when to dribble when to pass, but you can only learn that with experience.”
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