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Filippo Inzaghi delighted with win, happy for Montolivo debut


Milan coach Filippo Inzaghi says his team deserved to take all three points against Udinese.

The Rossoneri enjoyed a convincing 2-0 home win against Andrea Stramaccioni's side with Jeremy Menez scoring both goals, his sixth and seventh of the season.

"I was hoping for such a [good] game, we were superior," Inzaghi said.

"I'm also happy for those who didn't play much this season because they showed they are quality.

"[Marco] van Ginkel and [Pablo] Armero played a great game and I'm sure the players on the bench would have also done well had I decided to involve them.

"We did well, despite missing key players. We will enjoy the win but we'll then immediately shift our focus to the Genoa game.

"It's a shame [Michael] Essien will be missing. I hope to have [Nigel] de Jong and [Sulley] Muntari available but all in all I'm happy with the team.

"It was also nice to see our captain Riccardo Montolivo make his debut."

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