One of Italy's most respected journalists has given his views on the Rossoneri's match at the San Paolo last night...Milan's approach to their game against Napoli on Wednesday evening, stating his belief that Leonardo underestimated the Partenopei.
"Milan definitely lost the match in the last few minutes, but they underestimated two situations over the course of the game," Ordine affirmed in an interview with Radio Goal.
"The first element is that they allowed the Azzurri to catch Milan, deservedly, and that Ronaldinho was anonymous and gave gifts to Napoli.
"The second was [Ignazio] Abate, who was physically weak, should have been substituted in the first 20 minutes of the second half for [Massimo] Oddo.
"These elements, together with other things, changed the result. Dida made some miraculous saves in a few seconds."
While Ordine's focus was on Milan, he also took a few moments to praise the work of Walter Mazzarri at the Vesuviani.
"Mazzarri has certainly given so much security to the team and a lot of self-belief, this is definitely their greatest merit."
Anthony Wright, Goal.com