Arkadiusz Milik had a “dream” full Serie A debut for Napoli, scoring two goals in a 4-2 victory over Milan at the San Paolo.
“It was like a dream, the first half was really perfect for me – two situations and two goals,” the Poland international told Sky Sport Italia.
“The most important thing is the victory of the club, so I am truly happy and satisfied.
“After the disappointing result in Pescara we were very angry and wanted to use that on the pitch. We dropped points at Pescara, everyone was disappointed and we wanted to show the fans what we could do.
“Of course we then went back to 2-2, but we scored another goal and another to get the win.”
Does Milik feel the pressure of having to replace record-breaking Gonzalo Higuain after the move to Juventus?
“I don’t feel the pressure. Gonzalo remains a very good player, but he’s at another club. I am not thinking about Gonzalo, only about myself, I try every day to become a better player, work hard and train even more.”