AC Milan captain Alessio Romagnoli has said that the Rossoneri should remain focused on winning the remaining two games of the season in order to enhance their prospects of making the top four. The Rossoneri are currently three points behind fourth-placed Atalanta but the latter have a game against Juventus to contend before the end of the campaign.
Speaking to DAZN, Romagnoli indicated that the Rossoneri could yet secure Champions League football for next season and they need to win their remaining two games whilst hoping that the other results go in their favour, he said: “We have to focus on winning every game, then we’ll see what happens. It was a great performance tonight, especially in the first half, while we defended well in the second. We have to win both remaining matches and hope some other results go our way.”
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AC Milan captain Alessio Romagnoli believes the club have been over criticised this season despite making a good start to their proceedings. The Rossoneri have produced a mixed showing in both sides of the field this term but they have still managed to propel themselves to the fourth position in the standings.
Most recently, Romagnoli netted an injury-time winner for the Rossoneri as they secured a 2-1 triumph over Genoa and speaking after that game, the centre-back highlighted that they have been the subject of unfair criticism from both fans and media alike, he told Sky Sport Italia: “We deserved the victory. We played very well. I’m sorry for my own goal.
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