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Much of the focus following Friday night’s game between AC Milan and Juventus will be on Malick Thiaw and his red card, but a source claims he is not the only one to blame.

According to, Thiaw performed many things well in the first 40 minutes against Juventus before falling victim to a weakness in his game, like he did in the derby against Inter.

Always trying to stay ahead of the ball against fast and powerful opponents like Marcus Thuram and Moise Kean might turn into a boomerang situation, leaving him behind and with too much room to make up.

Video: Why Thiaw was sent off in Milan vs. Juventus - Football Italia

In Serie A, he has few challengers in the air and on the ground, but he struggles when he confronts speedy opponents too far up the field. Thiaw has a lot of potential for development and an amazing proclivity to work hard, which he must use to find a way to avoid/solve certain problems.

The’sacrosanct sending off’ against Juventus may have been avoided by accompanying Kean to the wing or stalling while waiting for assistance from the recuperating Fikayo Tomori.

However, Stefano Pioli’s emphasis on playing a high line with an aggressive defensive game plan does not place Thiaw in the greatest position, with an almost obsessive hunt for high pressing and one-on-ones all the time.

Malick Thiaw Redcard🟥,Ac Milan vs Juventus (0-0) All Goals and Extended Highlights - YouTube

Pioli’s football has been accepted by management and players, yet it must be questioned in certain games. Is it always worthwhile to take the risk?

Finding an alternate approach while taking into account the peculiarities of the opponents could be the proper path, especially when it comes to assisting persons.

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