Mario Lemina has stressed that the Bianconeri need to learn from and respond quickly to the recent setback of conceding an injury time equaliser to Frosinone.
The Frenchman, a summer signing from Marseille, followed up his impressive performance last weekend at Genoa with his first full 90 minutes for his new club in Wednesday’s draw, in which he played his part in a dominant display from the home side, completing more passes (77) than anyone else on the pitch.
However, the 22-year-old is under no illusions of the need to put right the recent mistakes in order to get back on track to achieving this season’s targets.
Speaking to Jtv, he began: “We’re aware of the fact that we’ve dropped a lot of points so far this season. It’s true, there are many new players, but we need to learn from the recent incidents and avoid conceding last-minute goals.
“Everyone needs to stand up and be counted. I’m always looking to get on the ball, speed up the play and impose myself physically in games, especially in terms of regaining possession and stopping opposition forwards in their tracks.”