Bologna striker Alberto Gilardino has insisted that a win over Pescara this weekend could a turning point for the club.
The Rossoblu travel to Stadio Adriatico on Sunday to face the Delfini, and the 30-year-old forward believes that three points there could be what is needed for them to kick on towards the end of the campaign, especially after last weekend's 3-3 draw with Roma
“I'm sure whoever watched the Roma game probably had fun,” he told a Press conference.
“But there is certainly regret on our part as we hit the woodwork twice in the final few minutes.
“Having said that though, we got a point against a great team.
“We hope the Pescara match however, will be a turning point for us. We are completely focused on the game.”
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