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Milan, Gattuso leaves the Higuain-Chelsea door wide open
12/01/2019, 22:00
AC Milan beat Sampdoria 0-2 in the Coppa Italia today thanks to a Cutrone brace. Here is what Rino Gattuso had to say on the matter as he spoke to Milan TV(via Calciomercato.com) after the game: 

'Result? The players did very well today. We knew Sampdoria were a great team so we knew it wasn't going to be easy. Cutrone? He did great for sure. Cutrone and Conti gave us a lot of quality. I liked our defensive game today, we played hard. Paqueta? I liked his game, especially in the second half. He moves very well on the pitch, he is your typical Brazilian! I am happy for him. Higuain? He was active today. He didn't score but he did everything right. Chelsea? Well as I've always said, it is often up to the player to choose. He is a Milan player at this moment and we are happy about this. I don't know what will happen in the future let's see. I have a good understanding with Gonzalo, we are very frank between one another....'. For more news visit Calciomercato.com right now. 

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