The draw against Sassuolo are “painful”
Heartache and annoyance, that’s what coach Antonio Conte felt saw his team failed to win full points in the match against Sassuolo at dawn earlier this morning.
As is known, Inter Milan face Sassuolo in the 27th Italian Serie A Giornata, at dawn West Indonesia Time (25/06). Despite playing at home in the match, the Nerazzurri failed to get full points.
Indeed, there were six goals that were created throughout the match, but each scored three goals. In other words, Inter Milan versus Sassuolo only ended with a 3-3 draw.
The goals of each host was born through the execution of a penalty Romelu Lukaku, as well as the actions of Cristiano Biraghi and Borja Valero. While Sassuolo managed to reply through goals from Francesco Caputo, Domenico Berardi and Giangiacomo Magnani.
These results are certainly not ideal for Inter Milan who are trying to disrupt the competition between Juventus and Lazio at the top of the table. With just one point, Inter Milan was finally stuck in third place in the Serie A standings.
Of course this is very disappointing for Inter Milan, especially the fact they had won over Sampdoria in the previous match. Coach Antonio Conte can only say that he was hurt and annoyed at this draw.
“Of course, this is a painful result and very much we regret it. We have several opportunities to lock in the win. We managed to turn things around but conceded the next equalizer, we made too many mistakes on both sides of the pitch.” Conte said on the club’s official website.
What made Conte very disappointed was the many opportunities created by his players, but none of them made them end the match with a win.
We have made a lot of efforts and although we have experienced difficulties with some absent players, especially in midfield, we have already stepped into victory, so we are very disappointed,”
“We need to be more vigilant, because even today we let opponents have many opportunities. Details are always the difference and unfortunately, we have to pay for this error,” he continued.