Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri has claimed his side have to 'improve a lot' if they are to beat Zenit St. Petersburg on Wednesday.
The Rossoneri travel to the Petrovsky Stadium to face the Russian champions in the Champions League tomorrow, and the 45-year-old tactician believes his team have it all to do if they are to come away with the three points.
“We have to prove to be a good team on a technical level,” he told a Press conference today. "But we still have a lot to improve on. Zenit are a very good team.
“Russian football has evolved greatly. The arrivals of Hulk and Axel Witsel has seen them make a great leap forward.
“[Zenit boss] Luciano Spalletti is an excellent Coach. He won the Coppa Italia with Roma, and has won the League here in Russia. His teams always play good football.”
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