Sandro Tonali’s encouraging 45 minutes and Alessio Romagnoli’s response were the positive notes from the draw against Udinese, a journalist has written.
During his column for il Corriere dello Sport (via MilanNews), Franco Ordine spoke about Milan’s draw against Udinese and the Rossoneri’s performance. He writes that the numbers show Milan should expect more, even despite not having their leader Zlatan Ibrahimovic or his replacement in Mario Mandzukic.
Sandro Tonali was lost at half time after ‘a very promising game’ and Ordine claims that the right reinforcements did not arrive in the January market, excluding Fikayo Tomori, but at the same time we should not be surprised by Udinese’s resolute display given their recent form.
Milan do not have at their disposal neither the luxuries of Pirlo nor the riches of Conte, who among other things now finds himself with only the league to play and therefore with the possibility of preparing one match a week.
Finally, Ordine touches on ‘the response of Romagnoli’, who was left out of the XI at the Olimpico on Sunday evening, and returned last night with the curmudgeon and a goal line clearance that showed fans his anticipation is still there.