Andrea Stramaccioni felt Udinese “threw away two points” against Chievo, but Antonio Di Natale “is in history now.”
The Friulani had taken the lead with Di Natale’s 200th Serie A goal, but it was wiped out for a 1-1 draw.
“We are very happy for Toto, as he is in history now,” the Coach told Rai Sport.
“It is true we are a little too dependent on his goals and have to improve on that, especially with midfielders pushing forward.
“The good work we did in the first half was not confirmed after the break. We threw away two points and the result leaves us with a bitter taste in the mouth.
“Chievo were trying to cause us problems, but rarely actually troubled us. It’s a shame we conceded on a shot from 25 metres out, but compliments to the player for that goal.”
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