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Udinese boss laments lack of aim from his club

MILAN, ITALY - APRIL 02: Kevin Lasagna of Udinese competes for the ball with Alessio Romagnoli (down) of AC Milan during the Serie A match between AC Milan and Udinese at Stadio Giuseppe Meazza on April 2, 2019 in Milan, Italy. (Photo by Marco Luzzani/Getty Images)
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Udinese drew 1-1 with AC Milan tonight in the Italian Lega Serie A, but coach Igor Tudor believes his team could have done more.

Krzysztof Piatek scored in the first while to put AC Milan in the advantage, while Kevin Lasagna scored Udinese’s first and only goal to tie the Italian Lega Serie A match 1-1 tonight.

And for Udinese coach Igor Tudor, his team could have done more on the field against the Rossoneri.

“To be honest, I enjoyed this point more than last week’s victory over Genoa,” he was quoted by Football Italia.

“It’s a pity because we could’ve scored two or three goals, but it’s a valuable point that could prove useful come to the end of the season.”

“We changed the game with the introduction of Stefano Okaka, moving Ignacio Pussetto further wide to be more attacking. At the break I had told my lads to believe because we really did have the chances to score,” he continued.

“We have many options in attack, so it depends on the game, who has more energy and the opposition’s characteristics. I am concerned about Valon Behrami’s injury, as that could force us into some big changes.”

“It’s a very important match. We have to take the positives from today and improve where we got it wrong,” Tudor said about the Empoli match in the weekend.

Udinese is just four points ahead of the relegation zone in the Serie A table, with 29 points, thanks to seven wins, eight draws, and 14 loses.