Stefano Pioli: Whoever was declared the favorite, made a mistake



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Stefano Pioli: Whoever was declared the favorite, made a mistake

Milan continues as before. Although they had a good chance to consolidate their victory at the top of the table, Milan was still not good enough, showed a bad game, and in the end drew (0: 0) against Torino. Milan could not find their way to the net at the Olympic Stadium in Turin.

Torino resisted (0: 0). After the defeat of Napoli by Fiorentina in Naples (2: 3), Milan remained at the top, but the city rival Inter can be first on the table with a victory, and they have a game less. This is an ideal opportunity for Inter.

Milan coach Stefano Pioli was furious after the match. He received a yellow card after the match. The experienced expert says that there are no favorites this year in Italy, because there are many teams in the game, and it will be interesting until the very end.

"In the past two or three weeks, whoever was declared the favorite, made a mistake. The league is very competitive, every game is difficult and you can't take anything for granted ", said Pioli and added: "We tried to win, knowing we could do better than we did last week.

I don't see that the team is in crisis. We tried to create chances, we were balanced, solid. We all know how much these games mean, because the more time passes, the more weight each point has. "

End of the match

The end of the match brought a lot of nervousness, but the stakes were high.

"I told the referee that there is no point in telling us that he will speed up the game when there are so many interruptions, so much waste of time. I was annoyed, but I didn't lack respect. " Milan, as if when they need to take a step further, they take a step back.

Some things will have to change in the team. "Turin is a tough rival for everyone. We didn't have many chances to score, but we had a lot of half-chances. We fought every ball, to win every duel, but we miss that magical moment in the end.

"The draw is a positive result, but we wanted to win," concluded Pioli. Four teams are currently in the game: Milan, Inter, Napoli and Juventus. The race in Italy has never been so interesting and it will be interesting to see who will win the title in the end. Most think that Inter has the best chances, but that doesn't have to mean anything.