Christian Eriksen still not satisfied with his performance at Inter Milan
Christian Eriksen seems to have begun to fuse with the performance of his new club, Inter Milan. However, the Danish National Team penggawa felt they could still develop their performance to be even better.
The former Ajax Amsterdam player did indeed move to Inter Milan in January through a free transfer after his contract at Tottenham ended. Unfortunately, Eriksen found few obstacles in the adaptation process.
The midfielder seemed to have difficulty integrating with the game of Antonio Conte’s men, he was also still difficult to adapt to Italian football. As a result, not a few who call it a failed recruitment.
But Eriksen was not broke, he kept trying to win the trust of manager Antonio Conte. Sure enough, slowly but surely the player managed to look good, he even scored in a match against Napoli in the Coppa Italia some time ago.
Then in the match against Sampdoria last weekend, Christian Eriksen performed brilliantly by contributing an assist for Lukaku’s goal. This shows that the former Tottenham has indeed shown an increase in performance.
But, Eriksen, who is now 28 years old, claims he is still not maximal and believes he can do better than this.
I don’t think you have seen the real Eriksen, ”
“I can improve myself better and hope to score more goals, I did it against Napoli but that didn’t help the team, so it was not important to me and it was just luck.” Eriksen said to Sky.
Actually, this Danish national team player had noted several opportunities to score goals in the match against Sampdoria yesterday. Eriksen admitted it, he felt he was just in too much of a hurry.
“I have a few chances tonight and maybe I was too rushed to carry out an attack, in the future I will try to be even better,” he continued.
More advanced, Christian Eriksen said he was sad to see the fact that the audience could not fill the stadium stands again.
“I am disappointed because I have not felt the atmosphere of the fans in the stadium, but everything went well, with everyone,” he said.