Ivan Juric admits Genoa “could and should play better” than they did in the draw with Milan this afternoon.
The Rossoneri went down to 10-men after Leonardo Bonucci’s elbow red card, but the visitors could break down Vincenzo Montella’s side to take all three points.
“It’s a good point, but we could and should play better,” Juric said in his post-match Press conference.
“In other games we’ve been more cohesive, like against Inter, but but taken nothing. We created four or five dangerous chances.
“I’m happy with four points from the last two away games. I have to admit that I didn’t expect so many mistakes from the technical players we have, but the defence held up well.”
Montella is under pressure at Milan, but Juric believes the Coach can turn it around.
“They aren’t bad, believe me. I have to be honest. The team does well on the pitch and they have clear ideas and strong players. They have strong players, they’ll turn everything around.”