Alongside head coach Stefano Pioli, AC Milan's captain Davide Calabria also answered some questions from the media outlets in today's press conference prior to facing Borussia Dortmund in a crucial Champions League fixture.
Here are his words:
About the experience with PSG:
"Playing against great players presents significant challenges, but it definitely makes you better, and that's what we want."
Regarding tomorrow's match, Calabria said:
"I expect an all-out, face-to-face game, with a team that attacks a lot and great counter-attacks."
On goals conceded from similar corner situations:
"Yes, we've addressed it these days, trying to fix situations where we could have done better."
Regarding recent wrong choices, how do you improve? Calabria:
"We need to work and analyze the video: I made a wrong pass. We're high-level players; we need to understand the mistakes and do better on the field."
What's left from the weekend between Francesco Camarda and Jannik Sinner, Calabria said:
"We may come across as superheroes, but we're 15, 18, 25-year-old guys. We enjoy the thrill of playing soccer. It's a job, we put in effort, intensity, and passion. And we do it to make our parents happy and to bring satisfaction to the fans."