CM: Tomori’s blunders a symbol of Milan’s disappearing defensive solidity

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan defender Fikayo Tomori has come under fire for his recent performances, with the one against Inter in particular being symbolic of the failings of the entire defensive department. write how the game at the King Fahd International Stadium in Riyadh was not the contest many were hoping for because Inter walked over a Milan side that were unable to summon a response.

Simone Inzaghi won both the Supercoppa and the personal battle with Stefano Pioli across the board, and now Pioli has the tough task of picking up a squad that are physically and mentally hurting, to save the season with the Scudetto on their chest.

Milan are paying for a series of incomprehensible individual errors though, and sadly Fikayo Tomori can be taken as an example. The English defender feels immense attachment to the club, yet this season he has made a number of blunders that led to a goal.

Not only that, but his behaviour on the field has been not very constructive at times, with Tomori seen shouting at Tatarusanu and others regularly. The feeling is that he, like almost all of Milan, has lost that humility and lucidity admired in the year of the Scudetto, and it must return fast.

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  1. Tomori is the type of player that relies on physical strength. Football, besides being played by the feet, is also played by the mind and the heart and not necessarily only by physical strength.

  2. Yeah it’s disappointing, I’m in no way defending Tata , but it makes Tomori look like an ass when he flips his shit on Tata only to make his own stupid mistakes. They whole squad has lost the plot and needs to change. They are figured out, management could help by adding a player with a new dynamic, a second holding midfielder who can launch long passes successfully would do a world of good for this team.

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