Ciprian Tatarusanu produced a strong performance against Antonio Conte's Tottenham last night. He displayed great saves and interventions, effectively locking up the Rossoneri's goal.
Despite suffering from ankle pain caused by a bad footing, he displayed tremendous courage and a strong sense of loyalty to the shirt, exemplifying his ferocity to stay on the pitch, as pointed out by our colleagues at MilanPress.it.
This magnificent display earned him his third consecutive clean sheet in the Champions League, following victories against Dinamo Zagreb and RB Salzburg, and his sixth of the season, which includes a number of impressive clean sheets in Serie A against the likes of Juventus, Monza, and Torino.
As Milan turn the page of the recent underwhelming performances in Serie A, Tatarusanu's impressive display, as well as the win against Tottenham, could potentially mark a turning point for the whole team as they look to build momentum while Pioli waits for the return of French goalkeeper Mike Maignan as well as English centre-back Fikayo Tomori and Algerian midfielder Ismael Bennacer.