Bojan Krkic considers an “acceptable” draw with Malaga and explains his tactical preferences at Milan.
“It was a tough game. We played a great first half and Malaga created that goal out of nowhere just before half-time that caused some tension,” he said of the 1-1 Champions League result.
“We cannot say a draw is good, as we must always win, but let’s just say it is an acceptable point.”
The Rossoneri are continuing to develop the 4-2-3-1 system with Bojan supporting either Alexandre Pato or Giampaolo Pazzini.
“The system is working and we played three pretty good games with it, so I think we should believe in it and keep going.
“You can see the hunger of the players to get the ball and push forward. Of course we have to maintain organised, but it is good to see everyone running into the box.
“I like playing behind the striker. I also like playing as a centre-forward, but I think my philosophy of a centre-forward has always been different to the way it is viewed in Italy.
“I do not have the physical characteristics of a big front man, so in Italy I have the characteristics more for playing behind the forward.”
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