Vincenzo Italiano remarked that Spezia "could have done more" ahead of the break and was sad to see "the positive run ended" by a 3-0 loss against Fiorentina.
Gaetano Castrovilli stood up from the bench to change the game result for Viola and Italiano believed that Spezia were punished for not being able to score a goal in the first-half.
“We could have done more in the first half, in which we played the game,”
Italiano announced after the match.
“Then in the second half we conceded goals and were unable to react.
“When these games get complicated, it’s hard to get them back on track. Spezia did what they had to do, keeping the game in hand."
The coach was sorry to observe the setback after a series of victories against Sassuolo and Milan in recent weeks, but promised to "
“I’m sorry the positive run ended, but we will start again,”
“We weren’t pungent like on other occasions.
“If you put these teams in difficulty then they struggle to find goals. Today, we approached the game in a great way, pushing Fiorentina down.
“The only mistake was not scoring. For Spezia to come here and command the game, I think it’s a merit."