Milan stopper Daniele Bonera has underlined that the Rossoneri will be going for victory at Anderlecht in their next Champions League game.
The second-placed Rossoneri are just a point ahead of the Belgians in Group C after the 1-1 draw at San Siro against Malaga on Tuesday.
“The next two games against Anderlecht and Zenit will be tough,” the defender noted. “We have to win in Belgium…
“I think that the team has got some trust back in itself and we were lacking that earlier this season,” the Italian added.
“We played well against Malaga and it was a shame about the goal conceded which complicated matters, but all in all we did well.”
The Diavolo are next in action this weekend when they entertain a rejuvenated Fiorentina at the Meazza.
“Fiorentina are a great team with a good Coach in Vincenzo Montella. They’ll come to play their game, but Milan are in good form.”
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