AC Milan midfielder Franck Kessie has revealed that he and his team-mates have left the field unhappy despite the comeback draw against Parma.
Despite having the vast majority of the chances and possession, the away side found themselves a goal up at half-time through Hernani’s strike.
It was 2-0 in the second half against the run of play again as Kurtic arrived to head home from the penalty spot, but then Theo Hernandez came to Milan’s rescue.
He halved the deficit moments after the second goal with a thumping header, and in the first minute of added time at the end of the 90 he was on hand to hammer home a loose ball and rescue a draw.
Kessie was interviewed by Sky Italia after the game, with his comments transcribed by MilanNews.
“We did not leave the pitch satisfied, it was a match that we had to win. In the end we fought until the end and we got the draw,” he said.
On his personal recent run of form: “A new coach has arrived, new players have also arrived. The coach was good at creating cohesion between us.
“I did everything to be here today, I never had the feeling of leaving, neither did the club. I’m here and I will stay here, I have a contract.”