Yesterday, head coach Stefano Pioli's Rossoneri boys have taken another step in the 'healing' process as they brough home three vital points thanks to a narrow 1-0 result against AC Monza in a game away from home, marking their third consecutive win this season. While their win result may have been close, it's clear that the red and black faithful are back to a good form.
One of the key surprises of the match was the performance of Romanian goalkeeper Ciprian Tatarusanu, who has come under fire from Milan fans and media alike for some below-par showings this season. However, the experienced shot-stopper more than stepped up to the plate on this occasion as he enjoyed a clean sheet and further boosting his unbeaten minutes in the league and Champions League to 353, as pointed out by Calciomercato.com.
In fact, the former Olympique Lyonnai's goalkeeper's contribution was crucial to securing last night's three points, with his early intervention on Ciurria proving to be pivotal, while his save on Petagna at the end of the game helped seal the result in favour of his team.
Tatarusanu's return to a good form is something that the AC Milan supporters appreciate, especially given the absence of Frenchman Mike Maignan. With the former Lille champion being out of action, the Romanian has taken it upon himself to prove his worth, despite difficulties and struggles. Now, he set his sights on the upcoming challenge against Atalanta.