Inter Wingback Federico Dimarco: “Inter Have To Always Win, We Are Behind Simone Inzaghi But We Must Work” | OneFootball

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·1 October 2022

Inter Wingback Federico Dimarco: “Inter Have To Always Win, We Are Behind Simone Inzaghi But We Must Work”

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Inter wingback Federico Dimarco feels that the team must continue to back their coach and their way of working so that they can bring themselves back to winning ways.

Speaking to Italian broadcaster DAZN after the team’s disappointing 2-1 loss to Roma in Serie A earlier this evening, the 24-year-old reflected on the need to work harder to cut out the faults and errors, but didn’t suggest that they need to rip up their current blueprint.

Inter will be profoundly disappointed with the manner of their 2-1 loss at the hands of the Giallorossi, with the match having seen them squander a lead in Serie A yet again, never comfortable at the back and looking like they lacked the final ball to kill off the opposition.

The questions about what comes next for the Nerazzurri will be getting louder and louder as this comes after previous defeats at the hands of Lazio, AC Milan, and Udinese earlier in the campaign, but for Dimarco’s part he thinks that they simply have to keep working.

Asked what he felt the exact problem is, the 24-year-old said that “I don’t know, but we have to start winning again because a team like Inter can’t afford to lose these matches.”

“Tonight we created a lot and didn’t suffer too much,” he continued. “This year as soon we always seem to concede when opponents get into our area, which is a problem.”

He stressed that “Tonight we dominated, there was no comparison and yet they scored twice. The individual episodes make the difference.”

Regarding his coach Inzaghi, Dimarco said that “We’re behind him, he’s our coach and we have to work with him and focus on Barcelona because it will be a very difficult match.”

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