Milan Stopper Kjaer: “I Only Watch Napoli When I Have Breakfast”

Simon Kjaer believes it is in the best interests of Milan not to keep an eye on Napoli. The reigning Italian champions were held to a disappointing draw at the Stadio Giovanni Zini by a stern Cremonese outfit, as they now fall eight points behind the league leaders following the stalemate.

Kjaer spoke to Sky Sport (via TuttoNapoli) following the clash in Cremona, highlighting the fact that football always has its ups and downs.

“I don’t like the excuse of being mentally tired. There are moments in the match where you have to be awake and find the goal, today we missed. It also happened with Spezia, then we won with a great goal from Giroud. This is football, there are easy moments and others more difficult.”

The Dane was then quizzed regarding the emergence of Napoli in the summit of Serie A.

“Napoli are doing very well, we have to think only of ourselves. Today we lost two points, on Sunday we have to score three. It all depends on us. I don’t know if there is this pressure, we want to win. We know that we have to win every match, it’s the mentality of Milan. Today we had to win, there is nothing more to say. There are always more difficult moments in the season. “.

He then revealed he doesn’t put much mind to Napoli’s performances.

“I don’t see many games, I only watch their goals when I have breakfast in the morning. I don’t care about watching other people’s games, it’s not my job.”

Milan trail Napoli by eight points in second place, and just three points ahead of Lazio and Atalanta.

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