Udinese manager Luca Gotti praised his side’s performance in their last two games against Atalanta and Inter.
says his side were not playing over-defensively in the game they heldInter
to a goalless draw.
second consecutive draw after they heldAtalanta
to a 1-1 draw on Wednesday in Week 10 rescheduled game.
“The lads did really well in both matches, as we were under pressure yes, but didn’t stop playing our football,”
Gotti told Sky Sport Italia
was hauled off in the 33th minute of the game.
“Arslan was doing well, but he was already on a yellow card and had risked a tackle that could’ve been a second booking, so I didn’t want to risk going down to 10 men so early in a big game.”
Gotti continues to deal with reports he could be fired despite some strong shows against Serie A big names.
“I struggle to know what to say when asked about these things. It’s obvious any coach whose team isn’t high up the table will be under pressure. It’s a law of football and I accept it.”