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Sunday February 13 2011
Cassano: 'Nobody can stop Milan'

Antonio Cassano broke his duck in a Milan jersey and is confident “if we play like this, then nobody can stand in our way.”

The Serie A leaders thrashed Parma 4-0 on Saturday evening with FantAntonio scoring his first goal for the club and providing two assists.

“The most important thing is the victory of the team,” he told Milan Channel.

“People noticed that we stepped on to the field with the right determination and grit. If we continue to play like this, then nobody can stand in our way.

“I'm learning that at Milan you have to be 100 per cent all the time and the objective is always to win.

“If someone makes a mistake, I try to comfort them. After all, they can misplace a pass because they work so hard, whereas I am not exactly the hardest runner in the team,” grinned Cassano.

“Alexandre Pato is the best player under 22 in the world. He has scored 50 goals in 100 games and has popular acclaim, so he needs to stay calm, as he can give Milan that leap up in quality.”

The Rossoneri face Tottenham in the Champions League on Tuesday, but Cassano, Mark Van Bommel and Urby Emanuelson are cup-tied.

“It is tough and I'd love to be a part of the squad, but I'll be there cheering on my teammates anyway. I am happy when I see them celebrate, just as I was when setting up those goals for Robinho.”

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