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Milan-Slavia Prague (4-2) – Scattered Considerations

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Milan-Slavia Prague (4-2) – Scattered Considerations

Milan are aiming for the Europa League quarter-finals. More defensive blunders for the Rossoneri, Slavia Prague generous.

Milan mortgage the passage to the quarter-finals of the Europa League thanks to a round 4-2 victory over Slavia Prague. Don’t fool the score, though. Slavia had the Rossoneri on the ropes for half of the first half, going to the conclusion on at least a couple of occasions. Then, Diouf’s expulsion becomes the key episode of the match. The Rossoneri became masters of the pitch, conquering meter after meter and managing to set their jewels in motion. It is no coincidence that Giroud’s header for the opening goal comes from an individual action by Leao. Rejinders and Loftus-Cheek then took care of closing the game in the first half. Both from corner action. All individual actions, therefore, and still little coherence for Pioli’s teamwho also has the demerit of conceding goals despite numerical superiority.

This European evening brings with it many positive things (the condition of the midfielders, the goal found by Giroud) but also too many imperfections (still goals conceded, despite the numerical superiority) which, to date, they place Milan still one step below the favorites Liverpool and Leverkusen, dominators of their respective championships. In this sense, the recoveries of fundamental players such as Tomori and Bennacer will be the key to further improve and advance as much as possible in the only competition not won by Milan.

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Slavia Prague is injured but not dead yet. The Czechs proved to be a modest but well-organised team, capable of scoring two goals against Milan at San Siro, despite being outnumbered. Next week’s return leg, however, shouldn’t create any particular problems for Milan in terms of progressing to the next round: on a normal basis and without defensive blunders, the Rossoneri are objectively at another level compared to Slavia Prague.

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After tonight, it is clear that Stefano Pioli wants to try to win this Europa League. The 11 fielded by the Parma coach knew a lot about gala eleven, with the exception of Tomori, not yet 100% and Bennacer, an authentic balancer of this team. Inter at +16 in the league and the premature exit from the Italian Cup have opened the eyes of the club and coach to what the real objective of the season is: winning the Europa League. Or, at least, try to do it with all your might

Author of two assists this evening is Alessandro Florenzi, an increasingly regular starter for this Milan team. “Yes but I’m for set piece football”. As if having a good foot was a fault. After a long (long) time, Milan managed, almost by chance, to find an alternative outlet for Theo Hernandez at the start of the action. Of course, the quality of the Frenchman is something else, but Florenzi is deserving, game after game, to deserve ownership. The good foot, then, can only be a plus point for him.

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