The analysis of Fcinter1908.it after Inter-Sassuolo last night
MILAN, ITALY – JUNE 24: FC Internazionale coach Antonio Conte gestures during the Serie A match between FC Internazionale and US Sassuolo at Stadio Giuseppe Meazza on June 24, 2020 in Milan, Italy. (Photo by Emilio Andreoli / Getty Images)
Sleepless nights await Antonio Conte and his players after the chance lost last night against Sassuolo. Over all, Roberto Gagliardini is Antonio Candreva they are the ones that will face the worst dark circles. The two will hardly be able to shake off the burden for the wrong occasions that would have filed the case. Instead the 3-3 of the Meazza will be a blow hard to absorb. A low blow to the ambitions of theInter, forced to hope for repeated missteps of the others that are unlikely to occur. The risk is that of finding oneself soon grappling with a championship that would have little to say for the Beneamata, if Juventus and Lazio continue on their way. Not exactly what they wanted in Viale della Liberazione.
PARADOX – Disappointment with yesterday’s result inevitably fades satisfaction with another positive performance from Christian Eriksen. A firm point in an unpublished midfield deployed by Conte, the Dane confirmed the excellent signs of the post lockdown. The secret weapon destined to resolve several niggles for the Nerazzurri is the ability to often play the ball of first intention (as in the action that led to the penalty), streamlining the construction phase and forcing opponents to spend more energy on cover. Conquering meters faster and with fewer touches gives Inter that touch of unpredictability that has long been missing and which can put even the most organized rearguards of Serie A in difficulty. Leaving him on the field until the end would have allowed Inter, already an orphan. of his lighthouse Brozovic, to better manage anxiety and ball in the final section of the race.