Udinese boss Francesco Guidolin couldn't help but be disappointed at throwing away the lead in a dramatic 4-4 draw at Milan.
“We were taking the victory by the scruff of the neck, but it got away from us,” said the Coach.
The Friulani were leading 3-1, then 4-3 in stoppages before a last-gasp Zlatan Ibrahimovic equaliser.
“We played a great game, especially in the opening hour. Unfortunately we only took a point home with us.
“The own goal put us under pressure, as up until then the match was practically over. I also protested on the goal for 4-4, but if the referee decided it wasn't a foul, then that's fine.
“We accept it, but naturally we will go to home feeling a bit angry at letting the success slip away.
“Scoring four goals away from home and not getting the win is pretty tough.”
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