The goalkeeper helped his team defeat Frosinone 2-0 after he saved a penalty kick from their rivals at San Siro.
With the game 0-0, Frosinone was awarded a penalty kick, which was saved by AC Milan’s goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma.
This helped the team stay in the game, as Krzysztof Piatek and Suso scored to lift the team to a 2-0 win in the second-to-last Italian Lega Serie A fixture.
“It was a difficult game, we knew it would be and that Frosinone would come here with the right attitude,” Rossoneri manager Gennaro Gattuso said according to Football Italia.
“We had a scare, we thank Gianluigi Donnarumma for getting us out of trouble and can look to the next game.”
“In my view, there has been a lot of chatter and I’ve been considered on the way out since pre-season. The table talks, look over the last six years at how many points Milan earned and look where we are now,” he added.
“I think we did what we had to do. Perhaps we fell away during the period where we had to finish the job and it dragged on longer than expected. We reached the Coppa Italia semi-final, went out in the first round of the Europa League.”
“Those who need to judge me will judge me. I’ll continue this work, I hope to do it at Milan, but either way, I think I’m pretty decent and can keep learning. I can do better,” Gattuso concluded.