Wednesday February 15 2012
Allegri: 'I wanted more goals'

Massimiliano Allegri still wasn’t entirely content with Milan’s demolition of Arsenal, as “we could’ve won 6-0 and ought to take our chances.”

The Rossoneri crushed the Gunners 4-0 in the first leg of tonight’s Champions League Round of 16 tie at San Siro.

“Tonight we had so many chances, especially after going 4-0 up. We could’ve won 6-0 and ought to take our chances when they appear, above all in Europe,” said the Coach.

“I hoped to add some more to the result, because we have to take the opportunities. The result is good, but it would’ve been better to score a few more and definitively end the tie. Now we need a goal in London to relax.

“The team played almost perfectly, attacking our opponents from the start on all areas of the pitch. In terms of concentration we got it all right and the side showed the right spirit of sacrifice to win.

“We must always play this way in Europe and Italy so we can win every trophy.”

Robinho bagged a brace, while Kevin-Prince Boateng scored a screamer and Zlatan Ibrahimovic converted a penalty.

“Robinho is a important player and proved that in the past. This season he started without much training work behind him, so he is only now finding his form.”