Banditi Curva Sud Fire Warning at Pioli Post Derby Thumping

Milan fell to a disastrous 5-1 defeat in the Derby della Madonnina, which called for Stefano Pioli’s head, although the coach was in an assertive mood after the match. The Rossoneri faithful pointed fingers at the ex-Lazio and Fiorentina tactician for under-preparing his side against a fiery Nerazzurri outfit.

The Banditi Curva Sud, one of the arms of the Milan fans, sent out a warning, most likely aimed at Pioli for not training his side adequately as they succumbed by a four-goal margin (via Calciomercato).

“To you, dear Milan, it’s not a question of losing the derby, but how do they lose them. Once again in the exact same way. And probably someone has to ask two questions about how to prepare for this match!”

A brace from Henrikh Mkhitaryan was accompanied by strikes from Marcus Thuram, Hakan Calhanoglu, and Davide Frattesi, and although Rafael Leao struck a consolation, it was nowhere near to alleviating the damage caused by the Inter frontline.

Inter scored at least five goals against their brotherly rivals for the first time in Serie A since March 1974, when they also turned victorious from the same scoreline. It is also the Nerazzurri’s fifth straight win against Milan across all competitions, for the first time in the derby’s history.

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