Hernan Crespo sees criticism of Milan striker Gonzalo Higuain as “blasphemy”, and points out “he’s scored anywhere he’s been”.
The Argentine hasn’t scored in his last seven games, and there are even rumours that the Rossoneri won’t create his move from Juventus permanent.
Criticising Pipita’s qualities is like blasphemy,” Crespo, a former Milan striker himself, told Gazzetta dello Sport.
You can’t do it, you don’t do it. He’s scored anywhere he’s been, you’ll see that he’ll recover at Milan too.
Certainly his teammates have to help him, I’ve not seen a striker who scores lots of goals without the team giving him the chance to do so.
All I will say is that Higuain played for Real Madrid, Napoli and Juventus. He has international experience and hasn’t suddenly become a nasty player.
He ought to be stimulated, if anything. He should realize the thrill that's the fuel in the penalty area for any striker.