Former Inter goalkeeper Walter Zenga discussed this evening’s league clash between the Nerazzurri and Atalanta in an interview with Italian media outlet SportMediaset today.
“I’m going to San Siro to see it, absolutely, it’s a game to watch live, just because live you notice certain things that tactically and technically you can’t see on the television.”
The Italian then touched on the difficulties Inter will face in tonight’s game.
“It will be a complicated game for both of them, for Inter because they are without Barella and Skriniar, who has always played and is therefore a fundamental part in the back three. Barella had just returned, so the midfield changes are relative.”
Finally, Zenga looked ahead to Juventus’ league clash against Roma tomorrow night.
“But Juve are going to Roma where the Giallorossi lost at home to Torino 2-0 whilst having 30 shots on target against the best player on the pitch.”
“Objectively Roma played well, the fans couldn’t have been angry when they left the stadium. The difficult nature of Inter and Juventus’ matches this weekend is therefore important for both.”
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