Allegri: Barça draw was a good reward
AC Milan coach Massimiliano Allegri is not getting carried away by his team's 2-2 draw at Barcelona.
Thiago Silva scored an injury-time equaliser to ensure I Rossoneri held the defending champions in their UEFA Champions League Group H opener last night.
"This result is worth a draw," said Allegri on Milan's club's official website. "Nothing more, nothing less.
"It was an important game and we were not at our best physically. But we gave little away to Barcelona and I believe the 2-2 draw was a good reward for us.
"One thing I did like was that when we were 2-1 down, my team did not lose its focus. We played the game we wanted to play, following our game plan."
Allegri will be hoping to recover Massimo Ambrosini and Kevin-Prince Boateng for Sunday's match at Napoli.
Both players got hurt during yesterday's game at Camp Nou, with the Italian midfielder sustaining a shoulder injury and the Ghana international sidelined with a muscular problem.
"We will evaluate Boateng and Ambrosini's condition tomorrow," said Allegri.