Sweden’s famous striker, Zlatan Ibrahimovic immediately made his debut along with AC Milan in the match against Sampdoria yesterday. At the party, the rossoneri failed to win. After the match, the former Manchester United player then claimed to have discovered the weaknesses of Stefano Pioli’s landing team.
AC Milan hosted Sampdoria on the 18th Serie A giornata on Monday night hrs yesterday (06/01). In the match, Ibrahimovic came on for Krzysztof Piatek in the 55th minute. Ibrahimovic failed to help Milan win. In fact, throughout the fight they were so dominating.
Even possession recorded in statistics, Milan winning 68.3 percent, they also opened 19 shots throughout the match, with eight of them on target. So it’s clear that this goalless draw is regretted by the Rossoneri players including Ibrahimovic who made his debut match.
According to the former Manchester United player, AC Milan has weaknesses that so far the players may not realize. The weakness is none other than lack of confidence. But in spite of the final results, Ibra claimed to be very motivated following the extraordinary reception given by the milanists who filled the San Siro stands.
“I can still feel the adrenaline, emotions and passion that have always been there for the past nine or ten years. Relationships with supporters have been great and that has made me very motivated. I want to go on the pitch, score goals and celebrate in front of the Curva like a God. ”
“I think this team lacks confidence and is less aggressive in front of the opponent’s goal, so we cannot play as effectively as possible. We need to understand what must be done to bring out the best capabilities of this squad. “I have been here for four days, and my determination is to help this team rise” said Ibrahimovic, as quoted by the Italian Football.
AC Milan is indeed being dropped this season, even since a few seasons ago. In the standings, they even sit in 12th place. Not surprisingly, Ibra’s presence in the middle of the Rossoneri’s squad is expected to be able to revive the club’s performance for the rest of the season.