Inter Milan coach Inzaghi admits 'regrets' after Sampdoria draw

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Inter Milan coach Simone Inzaghi admits their 2-2 draw with Sampdoria was two points dropped.

Federico Dimarco and Lautaro Martinez struck for Inter, but they were twice pulled back by Samp.

Inzaghi said, “There are regrets, because it's a game we should've and could've won. A team like ours took the lead twice, then made mistakes with the Ivan Perisic, Hakan Calhanoglu and other easy chances.

“We conceded two goals, one was an own goal that hit Edin Dzeko, the other a worldie from Tommaso Augello, but we still should've won.

“We were up against a good team that was very well-organised, but the regrets also are that Sensi picked up that injury and we finished the game with 10 men."

He added: "We need to analyse what happened, because a team like ours that goes in front twice ought to win. It's disappointing, but we go forward with confidence and can build on this, even if naturally we wanted three points.

“We had assumed this morning that the game would be more open in the final half-hour, and that's what was happening until we went down to 10 men. These are matches you can even lose, so we must find our strength and get players back to full fitness, which isn't easy with such a compressed calendar."

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