Milan boss Pioli plays down Ibrahimovic reaction over substitution
Stefano Pioli said he expected to oversee Zlatan Ibrahimovic after the Milan star looked irate at being subbed against Bologna.
Ibrahimovic gave a help before being taken off soon after the hour-characteristic of the 5-1 Serie A triumph at San Siro on Saturday.
The 38-year-old seemed irritated at being subbed, however mentor Pioli said he was just overseeing Ibrahimovic.
"He said something, however sincerely I didn't comprehend. It's additionally ordinary," he told DAZN. "I need to oversee him, playing so much I need everybody to be well."
Sitting 6th in Serie A, Milan are unbeaten in nine games since coming back from the coronavirus-implemented break and Pioli is content with his side's structure.
"The group is having some good times and this is certain. We played a significant level game, we were acceptable," he said.
"It implies that we are well and we have picked up certainty."
Milan are in real life again on Tuesday, when they take on Sassuolo.
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