Massimiliano Allegri claimed AC Milan deserved a point after losing 1-0 to Malaga in the Champions League on Wednesday.Manuel Pellegrini's Malaga side won their third Champions League game in succession to take charge of Group C during their debut campaign in the competition, with Allegri's charges left five points further back in second spot.
AC Milan coach Massimiliano Allegri feels he has been unfairly criticised after the Rossoneri's disappointing start to the 2012-13 campaign.The 45-year-old has highlighted that his side are nothing like the team they were last year after the departure of several key players, and believes they have lacked luck so far this Serie A season.
AC Milan coach Massimiliano Allegri has vowed that Wednesday's Champions League match against Malaga will not be his last.The 45-year-old has been coming under increasing pressure after his side's poor start to the season, with recent defeats to city rivals Inter and Lazio seeing them drop to 15th on the Serie A table.
Malaga manager Manuel Pellegrini says it would be wrong for his side to underestimate AC Milan when they face each other on Wednesday.Milan have endured a forgettable start to the season, having secured only two wins from their opening eight Serie A matches and the pressure is mounting on coach Massimiliano Allegri to arrest his side's poor form.
Malaga goalkeeper Willy Caballero insists his side has plenty of respect for struggling AC Milan ahead of their Champions League clash.The Serie A side have failed to find their best form in the opening months of the 2012-13 campaign, but the Argentine feels they should not be underestimated as the Andalusians aim to maintain their perfect record in Europe.
Malaga are in perfect shape to knock off AC Milan, although head coach Manuel Pellegrini is worried about the standard of his home ground.Pellegrini's side have won both their matches in Champions League Group C and would strengthen their position as a genuine contender in Europe's premier club competition if they can overcome a stuttering Milan.