Stefano Pioli’s comments after Inter Milan’s victory over Cagliari

Stefano Pioli’s comments after Inter Milan’s victory over Cagliari

Milan coach Stefano Pioli confirmed that his players benefited from the passion of the fans who crawled to the stadium of his match against Cagliari, which ended with their victory by four goals to one in the third round of the Serie A championship.

In statements to the global network “DAZN”, Pioli added:

“I used the passion of the masses (as fuel) to crush Cagliari today.”

The Rossoneri were able to play in their stadium for the first time in more than 18 months, which the fans crawled to, despite the presence of 50% of the stadium’s capacity.

Milan coach said:

“This warmth and enthusiasm made us emotional. We used that passion as fuel and play with energy and speed. That’s right. The team may not be able to hear my instructions either in this noise but they know what they’re doing!”

Bewley added:

“The day we started pre-season training I saw that Tonali, Leo and others were more mature and more prepared for this challenge. They learned from last season, worked hard and progressed by leaps and bounds.”

And whether he will use Ibrahimovic alongside Giroud in the upcoming matches of Milan, Pioli said:

“I am very open to all situations and will go every game at a time to choose the best formation for that confrontation when we need two strikers I will not hesitate to use together I just hope everyone is back to full fitness.”

And about the team’s fall in the Champions League in the Liverpool, Atletico Madrid and Porto group, Pioli stressed:

“We have a great series of matches coming up after the international calendar period including Liverpool, Juventus and Atalanta so we need to keep that mentality and enthusiasm.”

Bewley continued:

“If we really want a positive future, we must treat everyone as players as a first choice. We are missing some at the moment and two more players may arrive, but we have to train the way we want to play and play the way we train.”

The Milan coach continued:

“If we really want a positive future we have to treat everyone as first-choice players, we are missing some at the moment and two more couples may arrive but we have to train the way we want to play and play the way we train.”

Bewley emphasized:

“The Champions League group is very tough as we have an opponent who won the title two years ago and another who won the La Liga title and Porto who eliminated Juventus last season. We must look at this as an opportunity to grab it with both hands and enjoy it.”

Bewley concluded:

“We are used to playing football and enjoying ourselves but we must also remember that great teams can also win ugly.”

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