AC Milan were in Serie A action on Saturday vs Juventus and came away with a 2-0 win.
Fikayo Tomori scored the opening goal from a set-piece and revealed he had worked on it in training:
“Oh yes, we worked on that in training!” he said via Football Italia. “No, obviously, I was a little fortunate, but I am happy with the goal, the clean sheet and the victory.”
In the same interview, Tomori also spoke about Milan’s upcoming meeting with Chelsea and stated that his side need to be more aggressive and determined:
“Obviously, we have another game against Chelsea coming up, and we want to do more on the pitch, not just in terms of performance, but also aggression,” he said. “We had a bit more determination today and will try to win on Tuesday.”
Milan take on Chelsea this coming Tuesday in what could prove a huge game in deciding who makes it into the knockout stages of the Champions League.
Chelsea smashed Milan 3-0 in their first meeting earlier this week and as a result, have moved up to second place with four points.
Milan also have four points but a worse goal difference. So, if Chelsea win on Tuesday, there is a very good chance they will be making it into the knockout rounds next year.
RB Salzburg currently top the group with five points but have to play both Milan and Chelsea again.