AC Milan tactician, Stefano Pioli plans to change the tactics after his team was eliminated by the city rivals Inter Milan in Italian Serie A last weekend. So, what is Pioli’s new plan?
In the last few match, AC Milan did seem to have lost its “fangs”. Stefano Pioli’s skuad had bad results starting from a 0-2 defeat to Spezia, then being held to a draw by Red Star Belgrade in the Europe League.
And the saddest is when they are was humiliated by their city rivals in a duel at San Siro with score 0-3. Of course three games without a win and two defeats is not good for the Rossoneri.
Moreover, in the duel against Inter Milan, AC Milan did appear to be playing below its own standards. This also made it easier for Romelu Lukaku and Lautaro Martinez to break into Gianluigi Donnarumma’s goal.
In the duel, AC Milan applied 4-2-3-1 scheme, but after this humiliating defeat, coach Stefano Pioli plans to changer his tactics in the next match.
“We’ll see, everything is possible, Starting tomorrow we will make an assessment with the best in mind for the team,” he replied as reported by MilanLive.
The defeat was painful, but the former Lazio coach asked his players to not to feel too frustrated and use it as motivation to acieve good results in the following matches.
“We had more shots on target in the second half with Handanovic making some important saves. It is a difficult week, but we will react,”
“We are not too aggressive because we don’t want to leave too much space for them and create a two-on-two situation. Their quality appeared in the second half. It’s not easy to win possession against them,” said the coach as reported by the Italian Footbal.
After this, AC Milan will prepare to face Red Star Belgrade in the second leg of the Europa League las 32. After that, they will face another difficult opponent, AS Roma.