Milan manager Stefano Pioli was not satisfied with his side’s performance as they were held to a 1-1 draw against 10-men Sampdoria on Saturday.
's late strike canceled
’s goal and helpedAC Milan
rescue a point against 10-manSampdoria
on Saturday as the Rossoneri's fading Serie A title hopes suffered another major blow.
"We didn't deserve to win this game, even though we could have when Kessie hit the woodwork,"
Pioli told Milan TV
"We weren't precise enough in our play or our choices. We had the chance to make better choices and be more precise, but we needed to play with more precision and tempo.
"There is very little I'm happy with, to be honest. The performance should have been different because the conditions were right to play with more intensity, generosity and quality. Having failed to do so must make us disappointed and angry."
A point does little for the Rossoneri's title hopes, as it left the second-placed side five points adrift of city rivalsInter
at the top of the Serie A table, having played two more games.
"We must focus immediately on the next match,"
"There are nine left and we're yet to reach our objective. We knew it wouldn't be easy to reach it, so now we need to show we can bounce back well."