Kalulu: “At this level it’s not a foul, now we have two other important and decisive games to go through”

Pierre Kalulu at the end of Milan-Chelsea at Stadio San Siro on October 11, 2022. (Photo by Marco Luzzani/Getty Images)

Pierre Kalulu looks ahead after Milan’s 2-0 defeat against Chelsea at San Siro.

Milan lost back-to-back matches against Chelsea and now they have to win their next two Champions League games in order to qualify for the next round.

Last night at San Siro they were with 10 men for 80 minutes as German referee Daniel Siebert showed a ridiculous red card to Fikayo Tomori, leaving Milan at a major disadvantage against an excellent side such as Chelsea of Graham Potter, who scored through Jorginho (21′ pk) and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (34′).

“The incident is… I take it badly… the attacker finished his action. The foul is very light. At this level it’s not a foul,” center back Kalulu told Mediaset Infinity+ about Tomori’s “foul” on Mason Mount.

“We wanted to play another match compared to London but… Now we have two other important and decisive games to go through. We will give everything to go through.”

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