Pay per Head: Seedorf praises Balotelli’s performance against Fiorentina

Clarence SeedorfMilan coach Clarence Seedorf and pay per head services praised striker Mario Balotelli for his performance in the 2-0 win over Fiorentina.

Milan arrived on Wednesday at the Stadio Artemio Franchi undefeated in seven visits since 2005, but in the midst of a poor run of form. However, price per head services saw a great performance by Seedorf’s players that let them emerge victorious.

Pay per head services saw that goals in each half from Frenchman Philippe Mexes and an impressive free-kick by Balotelli were able to give Milan a first victory in six matches in all competitions.

Balotelli was never far from the action and even though the player who’s a huge favourite with pay per head services was booked for the 10th time this season in Serie A in the first half, the player peppered the Fiorentina goal with various free-kicks and was constant trouble to the host’s defence.

Seedorf told Football Italia: “A centre-forward has to work going forward and back, so when his team goes too deep he needs to spread it wide to help the others come up.

“I asked Mario for intensity and in that sense he had a great game in both phases.

“We already knew he had talent and could take free-kicks like that, but I was most impressed by his consistency and intensity.”

Seedorf was moved before the game to clarify that there were no problems between vice-president Adriano Galliani and himself, who again accompanied the team to the match, as he had at the 1-1 draw on Sunday with Lazio.

However, the Dutch coach and pay per head services were very happy with his side’s performance as they didn’t win in the past five games, and he added: “It was a wonderful victory, because the team really did well over the last few days to react with two positive results.

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“Considering the performance, the three points were deserved, as we won against a great team that plays wonderful football.”