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The English defender spoke about the most difficult players he has faced in his career.
Fikayo Tomori moved to AC Milan in the summer of 2021 on loan from Chelsea before making the move permanent.
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The 24 year old defender helped AC Milan to the Scudetto over city rivals Inter last term and are on course to defend their title.
The England international is enjoying life in Italy with his club but has had to come up against some of the game’s biggest attackers.
Asked by StarCasinoSport about the toughest players he has come up with, the former Chelsea centre half did not hesitate to mention Inter’s frontman Lautaro Martinez alongside two other attackers.
“I will say three: Lautaro because he has multiple movements that can give you trouble; Abraham because I know him well; and Vlahovic because his physique makes him difficult to man-mark,” said the English defender as reported by FCInterNews.
Tomori has been one of AC Milan’s most important players since his arrival and is regarded as one of the best performing defenders in the league.
Renowned Italian journalist Fabrizio Biasin has responded to former AC Milan coach Arrigo Sacchi’s undue criticism of Inter not having European pedigree.
The former Champions League winning coach speaking in an interview on Thursday said the Nerazzurri need to improve in their approach to games in Europe.
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However, Biasin believes he probably may have turned off his TV after the first game against Bayern Munich and needs turning it on again.
“If he writes that Inzaghi’s Inter haven’t proven that they have a ‘European mentality’ then he must have turned off the TV for all of their group after the first match against Bayern. He could have just turned it back on.”
Inter negotiated their way past the “group of death” to book a place in the round of 16 after picking four points out of a possible six against Barca.
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