The black-green full-back: “What will I remember about the goal at San Siro? Silence. There were a lot of people at the stadium, but obviously they were all Milan fans. Every time we scored, there was incredible silence.”
February 3 – SASSUOLO
You don’t train dribbling, the real one. It’s born inside you and on the pitch you only follow your instinct. “It’s been like this since I was little. I started playing with my brother who is nine years older than me and enjoyed betting too. I entered a football school at the age of five and shortly after everyone was talking about my dribbling. It’s my interpretation of the game.” Armand Laurienté is the best dribbler in the top five European leagues: he made 64.7% of his one-on-one attempts. In this ranking he precedes Nico Williams of Athletic Bilbao, Samuel Lino of Valencia, Rafael Leao of Milan, Ousmane Dembele of Barcelona. At San Siro he pushed Sassuolo to an important victory for the standings and historic for the proportions. And he scored too.
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