Jr. Inzaghi talks about the Lukaku Barrera dispute: I don’t like to see these, they are good friends

February 14 In a Serie A match in the early hours of this morning, Inter Milan
0-0 draw with Sampdoria.
In an interview with Sky Sport Italia after the game, Inter Milan coach Inzaghi Jr. said that the team should have achieved different results.

About this game

Inzaghi Jr: “We were disappointed, it was natural because we wanted to win the game and we didn’t underestimate Sampdoria. But considering all the chances we created, we should have had a different result. I always say we
Need to focus only on ourselves, we have kept clean sheets in three games in a row, including the Coppa Italia, so this result is not satisfactory. Sampdoria worked hard and blocked all the spaces, but we should have scored with the last goal and
Finishing was better.”

“We had to keep going and after some convincing performances a lot of fans came here to cheer us on. I’m not too happy with the result tonight because we should have taken the lead in the first half. Lukaku had a lot
Good start, he helped us keep the ball under control, he had a shot on goal at the beginning of the game. I am very satisfied with his performance, as time went by, his physical fitness naturally declined, the team as a whole in the second half
It became tense and allowed Sampdoria to counter-attack a few times.”

On Brozovic on the bench again

Inzaghi Jr.: “We can’t forget that Brozovic has been out for four months and he needs time to recover. Gossens also had some problems, he felt pain in his adductor muscles at half-time,
Unable to continue playing. Dimarco also has a slight muscle problem and we expect them both to play at the weekend.”

On Lukaku’s row with Barella before half-time

Inzaghi Jr: “These are things that happen on the pitch, but they shouldn’t happen, I don’t like to see them. But the two of them sat together at half-time and they were good friends. Obviously,
Those are the things I don’t want to see.”

Regarding the competition in the standings, Atalanta, Roma and Milan are only 3 points behind Inter Milan

Inzaghi Jr: “We knew it was going to happen, it’s not surprising.”

(Ma Dongyu)