A frustrating afternoon for Jose Mourinho’s men, whereas Alexander Blessin – Genoa’s boss – can consider himself satisfied with his side’s result at the Olimpico.
The German technician spoke to DAZN after the final whistle and commented on the referee’s decision to deny Zaniolo’s goal at the death.
“I’m happy with our mentality and the fact that we fought on the pitch, this is the only way out of this situation.”
“We suffered due to our numerical inferiority, but in general I am also happy with the second clean sheet.”
“It is only one point, now we have to look at the next two games which are very important to avoid relegation.”
“In Italy there is more tactics and game organization on the pitch. I am satisfied with the defensive attitude of the team, then in the second half we lost a bit of clarity.”
“Abraham’s foul was evident so I think it was the correct decision to cancel the goal.”