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AC MILAN, Musacchio: "Winning wasn't easy. All the team deserve credit, not just our backline"

16.09.2019 14.18 by Claudio Colla  read 205
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Interviewed by Milan TV, after Rossoneri Matchday 3 away victory over Hellas Verona, Argentinian 29-year old centre-back Mateo Musacchio stated: "We won and that is the most important thing. It was not easy after their striker's sending off, because they sat back, and we struggled to get the right way to attack. Not conceding many goals is crucial, and the whole team deserve credit, not just our backline. The week leading up to the derby will be special – all the players want to play in this match. We know that they are strong, but we are only thinking about winning. We know what we are capable of".

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