Inzaghi: I´m very satisfied, but Inter can do even better

Simone Inzaghi has challenged Inter to strive for more following their 2-0 win over Spezia.

Goals from Roberto Gagliardini and Lautaro Martinez gave the Nerazzurri a third successive Serie A win for the first time under Inzaghi.

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It was a dominant performance at San Siro by the hosts, who registered 31 shots on goal – the most by any side during a single match in the Italian top flight this season.

Victory ensured that Inter remained in third place and maintained pressure on Napoli and Milan.

Though full of confidence and 10 matches unbeaten heading into Saturday’s showdown with Roma, Inzaghi has urged his players not to rest of their laurels.

“It was an important game,” he said. “The guys were amazing, they entered immediately with the right attitude, and I am very satisfied.

“Closing the game without conceding a goal is a reason for satisfaction. 

“We played a careful game without disuniting, despite the fact that we had in front of us a team all closed and ready to start again. 

“I’m very, very satisfied with the guys, but we know we haven’t done anything yet and on Saturday, we have another challenging match ahead of us.

“We are growing. Difficult matches await us but with this union and with this desire, we can do even better.”

Gagliardini’s first goal of the season set Inter on their way; the midfielder becoming their 13th different scorer this term.

The Italy international has found the net in 13 different Serie A matches for the Nerazzurri, who have gone on to win on each occasion.

“I always try to score goals when I have the opportunity. I’m glad I did it again tonight,” he said.

“I am the 13th scorer of the season: it is the testimony that we always plays well, we always have many scoring opportunities. Victories come thanks to everyone’s work.

“We are a solid group, we are the reigning Italian champions and this thing gives us great awareness. 

“The match in Rome is very important for our path; we will have to put in all the necessary energy and concentration.”

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Author: XenBet