Stefano Colantuono claimed that the result was ‘false’ as his Atalanta side went down 3-0 away to Milan.
The Rossoneri claimed all three points at San Siro thanks to two goals from Kaka. But the Dea boss insisted that his men perhaps deserved better.
“In the second half we had chances,” he told Rai Sport. “But with their first effort they made it 2-0.
“That is football. Even in the first half they scored on the break – that was a shame.
“I think the result is a false one, to be honest.”
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