Corriere della Sera believe that Inter took a real step back last night as they only just managed to secure a draw at home to Slavia Prague in the Champions League.
“Only a desperate volley from Barella, which passed between a thousand legs and ended up in the corner far from Kolar’s reach, saved the Nerazzurri from losing. It was a decisive step backwards compared to the performances in the league,” the report begins.
“Inter have began their European campaign in the worst way as they were out fought both physically and tactically. Marcelo Brozovic, who should have controlled the game, took a holiday.
“There was a lack of understanding between Romelu Lukaku and Lautaro Martinez whilst Antonio Candreva and Kwadwo Asamoah never broke down the flanks. The team was deflated and at times soulless. Stefano Sensi was the best player for the fourth match in a row.”
— Inter (@Inter_en) September 17, 2019
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