Ante Rebic satisfied to score two goals for AC Milan2021-02-17 07:06
MILAN - AC Milan striker, Ante Rebic, said he was satisfied after scoring two goals when his team beat Crotone 4-0 in Week 21 of the Italian Serie A, Sunday (7/2) early morning WIB.
Full points strengthen the Rossoneri's position at the top of the standings with 49 points, while at the same time widening the gap between city rivals Inter Milan.
"I was very happy, scored two goals and won three points. The previous game against Crotone didn't go well for me due to injury. But at the moment, everything is fine, ”said Rebic as reported by Tribalfootball , Monday (8/2).
On the one hand, Rebic feels he still needs to adapt to his injury recovery process. Because in the first three to four months in the Rossoneri uniform, he still felt pain in his body after contracting the corona virus.
However, Rebic ensures that he will try better to maintain his team's position. “I've come back and will be even better. We are now in first position. We showed that (AC Milan) is a strong team. We have to keep fighting in order to keep appearing like this, ”he explained.
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