Manager Filippo Inzaghi says he’s taking a ”glass half-full’ approach as AC Milan’s run without a win away from home reached eight games with a goalless draw at Chievo on Saturday.
Milan’s last win away from the San Siro came on on Oct. 19 against Hellas Verona, but they could not duplicate the feat in their return to the Stadio Marcantonio Bentegodi.
“I look at the glass half-full, because it’s our second consecutive clean sheet, but then once again we lost two important players to injury and wasted scoring opportunities,” Inzaghi told Sky Sports.
“I believe we’ve improved in our possession over the last two games, but we didn’t score and that’s the real regret today.”
Keisuke Honda came closest to breaking the deadlock with an audacious effort that shook the crossbar shortly after half-time.
“I thought we tried to play and certainly did better in the second half, creating chances with Honda hitting the woodwork and that counter three against two,” Inzaghi said.