Sanabria warns opponents after goal scoring debut
Genoa new boy Antonio Sanabria has warned Serie A defences scoring a goal on his debut against Empoli with his boss declaring him a natural talent.
“We had a great game on a difficult pitch,” the former Real Betis striker told Sky Sport Italia.
“I’m happy to mark my return to Italy with a goal, which I dedicate to my partner Maria and friend Timmy.”
This is the Paraguayan’s second spell in Italian football, having joined Roma in 2014 as a 17-year-old and playing just four times for them and Sassuolo.
“I’m mature enough for Serie A, I’m not 17 anymore,” he added.
“Empoli closed us down in the first half, but then we managed to hit them in space.”
Cesare Prandelli speaking about the striker said:
“They all tell me it’s a natural talent. I asked him for a his weakness he told me that he must improve his consistency”.