Antonio Conte is not one who sends them to say. It never has been. He also demonstrated yesterday, sticking a part of the Nerazzurri cheering who, especially after the restart, mumbled at some players for some mistake in dribbling. The other side of the coin of a policy aimed at raising the bar of ambitions as much as possible. While not underestimating the strength of the opponent, in the stands there was the impression that Inter could bring the game home and in this sense grumbles should be interpreted. A feeling that remains even in the day-after, taking a look at the statistics of Inter-Roma and rethinking the opportunities played by both teams during the ninety minutes. Conte knows it too, no doubt. However, the compactness invoked by the coach appears to be legitimate, inevitably involving cheering, also in view of a crucial junction of the season.
SHORT COVERED – The technician found himself with a staff that was very much reworked the day before. The storm of accidents that hit Inter in the middle of the field is a solid alibi, which had the media weight it deserved when approaching the race. However, the impression remains that he could have done something different both in the choice of the starting 11 and in the management of the race. If it is true, as is true, that a series of contingencies force Inter to think about match by match, sending Danilo D'Ambrosio onto the pitch a little earlier would have guaranteed a dose of personality that – net of everything – Lazaro and Biraghi they have not insured. As well as some doubts the choice not to rely on Politano and Esposito . Not even in the last quarter of an hour, despite Lukaku and Lautaro having the spy of the clearly lit reserve.
HUNGRY – Less than four days now to rewind the tape and recover energy and ideas for the most important match of the season. A victory at the Meazza against Barcelona, so qualified, but still top-level battleship, would allow Antonio Conte's team to improve internationally compared to last year, to store a handful of millions to be poured onto the market in January and to wipe out the half disappointment for last night's draw (regardless of how Lazio – Juventus will end). Three good reasons to try to get as close as possible to the performance of the first leg match and to avoid further blackouts. Without some thick interpreters, but with enough drool at the mouth to try to trouble a five times golden ball and his very strong teammates.
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