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Sinisa Mihajlovic: 'Joe Hart could have done better'

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Torino boss Sinisa Mihajlovic admits that Joe Hart "could have done better" on his debut for the Italian outfit this weekend.
By , European Football Editor | 3y

Torino boss Sinisa Mihajlovic has admitted that Joe Hart "could have done better" during his debut for the Italian outfit on Sunday afternoon.

Hart, who joined Torino on loan from Manchester City in the summer, flapped at a corner in the second half of the Serie A clash - allowing Andrea Masiello to equalise, before Franck Kessie won it for Atalanta BC late on.

Mihajlovic has insisted that he 'is not angry', but concedes that the England goalkeeper might have done better from the set piece that turned out to be a game-changing moment.

"[Hart] made ​​a good save on the corner, but he could have done better," he told reporters. "With my players, though, I do not get angry for a mistake, but when the boys do not do what we prepare in the week. There were individual errors, and, of course, the fewer you make, the more chance you can win."

Former Tottenham Hotspur attacker Iago Falque had sent Torino 1-0 ahead on the afternoon.

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