Very often in football place show their displeasure as regards their substitution. The only reasonable explanation for this is Passion. This played out when Ac Milan super star Zlatan Ibrahimovic reacted angrily to his being substituted in the day’s game against Bologna. Coach Stefano Pioli played down the incident.
Ibrahimovic who provided an assist for one of the goals, was substituted in the second half. The Swede reacted angrily, making clear his displeasure with the coach.
However, speaking to DAZN after the match, Pioli dismiss the idea of bad blood between them.
‘’he said something I did not understand, its normal’’ ‘’I have to manage him playing so many games I need everyone to be well’’
Pioli went further to express his feelings regarding the day’s 5-1 victory.
‘’the team is having fun and this is positive. We played a high level game, we were good. It means that we are well and have gained enough confidence’’.
Milan now sixth on the serie A table and are unbeaten in 9 game since the return to league action after the covid 19 forced break.
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