The Amaranto drew 3-3 with the Etnei in Sicily and the recently appointed coach was content with his team’s display, especially with his attackers.
“It was a game that I liked from a personality aspect,” Di Carlo said to Sky Sport Italia.
“[Innocent] Emeghara, Paulinho and [Ishak] Belfodil played well [and] it was not easy to get a result here in Catania.
“There was always the reaction of the squad when we were in reach [and] it was positive to get a point away from our home ground.
“We will give our all up to the end, the group believes in itself and the squad has shown it can play with character also away from home.
“There is regret for having scored three goals without winning, but there is the right spirit to do well until the final round.”
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