AC Milan midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng insists there is no need to panic, despite seeing his side fall five points behind Inter.
Boateng witnessed his side drop two valuable points when they drew 1-1 at Lazio on Wednesday.
Adriano Galliani had expressed concern earlier when he said he expected more from the team.
The Ghana international though feels it’s still too early to raise the alarm.
“The team played and ran hard for the whole game. We hardly risked anything,” he told Milannews.it.
“In any case, I think we are on the right track.”
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