On the night he netted an impressive opening goal as the showpiece of another spirited overall performance, Sebastian Giovinco has hailed the Bianconeri’s 2-0 away victory over Udinese as an important win, but one that for the moment remains only potentially decisive.
Assessing the result afterwards, the 27-year-old began: “It’s an important victory, but not necessarily a decisive one. The Scudetto’s not in the bag yet.”
The striker began an outing of real quality with a bang as he skipped inside to curl the 16th-minute opener past Simone Scuffet, and he went on to reflect on his second strike of the season.
“I hadn’t scored for a while and goals are important for a forward. I’m happy that one arrived on a night like this.”
Giovinco concluded with a word on his rapport with tonight’s strike partner Fernando Llorente, scorer of the second goal in Udine.
“Having a player with his attributes alongside you is important, but my style of play hasn’t changed from last year.”