Monday, 3 October 2011
Luciano Moggi has been highly critical of AC Milan's performance in their 2-0 loss to Juventus on Sunday night, stating that the Serie A champions did nothing more than run after their hosts for 90 minutes.
A late double from Claudio Marchisio proved to be the difference between the teams on the night, but the former Juve general director feels that there was more to the game than that.
"I saw a team that did more running than playing," Moggi told Il Sussidiario. "Milan did nothing, and so the result was inevitable."
The 74-year-old then spoke about Inter's 3-0 loss to Napoli, which saw referee Gianluca Rocchi come under heavy fire after wrongly sending off Joel Obi and awarding the visitors a questionable penalty at San Siro.
"He [Rocchi] got it all wrong. He made a mistake with Joel Obi and then again on the penalty," Moggi said.
As a result of their poor star