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    Player Ratings Results: Inter 0-2 Real Madrid (Matchday 4, Champions League)

    I want to start this off by expressing my most sincere thank you to all the participants of this week's voting. Despite the dramatic, abysmal game, we we're able to see a similar vote count to the past two weeks. In fact, 1 vote more than that.

    To see this go against my expectations, means a lot.

    Perhaps a [SPOILER] Alert, but these graphics will contain the lowest score ever recorded by any player in the time I've run these ratings. That goes back 3 years, even before I used these types of graphics and ran them elsewhere on text based posts.

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    Further more I want to give my thanks to the players on the pitch post minute 33. The players who, after being let down terribly by a team mate, didn't give up. Despite playing with a man down, tried to get out of the game what they could. No-one was great or perfect, but the effort counts.

    A team mate left down his team, his coach, our management and most importantly, the fans. The other players on the pitch have every right to be angry at him and I commend them for their character in playing out the game, without completely crumbling to pieces.

    I felt like that needed to be said.

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    Hope everyone enjoyed participating and I hope you like the result.

    Feel free to discuss below
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    Fitting, because that was the most embarrassing loss since Spalletti's choke job against Juventus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ADRossi View Post
    Fitting, because that was the most embarrassing loss since Spalletti's choke job against Juventus.
    A bit strict, no? The one where we had a player sent off and turned the game around? If you want to talk choke jobs against Juventus, you can stop at both fixtures from last season. Spalletti's home loss was dramatic and hard fought, but embarrassing is not the word to describe it when you see some of the examples from current and the previous season (or the Napoli or Atalanta games in Spalletti's final months, those were real embarrassments)

    Cannot tell if this loss was more embarrassing to the home loss against Barcelona B+ last season. Or the disaster at Dortmund after their coach just realized how easy it was to break our system by simply attacking us out wide. It was just a pathetic performance, but we've suffered some very embarrassing moments in the last 15 months as well.
    <<Gli scudetti giusto vincerli sul campo>> Antonio Conte on Calciopoli

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    It's mostly embarrassing for Conte. Because Vidal was his puppet that he wanted so badly.

    I'm really grateful for what Vidal has delivered so far this season, though it mustn't be hard to beat Gagliardini in terms of performance and ability. However, when you do something like this. In a moment where everything is on the line? That's how you go from any respect you've ever gotten, straight to the trash can and below. How can you let your teammates down like that? There's not even a need to question whether it was a penalty or not. Regardless, that behaviour is inexcusable. You're a fucking 33-year old grown ass man. And your reaction is to put an angry smile on social media with comments disabled? Where is your fucking apology? This kind of shit makes me angry. I don't need every player to play for us to be an Interisti (sempre forza), but at least be a decent fucking human being.

    This part is embarrassing to me.

    The match itself? Whatever. We were shit up until the red card and I think we played better with 10 men on the pitch than we did with 11. And again, I commend the players left on the pitch for the way they played out the game. We could've easily gone down 5-0 in an instance like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brehme1989 View Post
    A bit strict, no? The one where we had a player sent off and turned the game around? If you want to talk choke jobs against Juventus, you can stop at both fixtures from last season. Spalletti's home loss was dramatic and hard fought, but embarrassing is not the word to describe it when you see some of the examples from current and the previous season (or the Napoli or Atalanta games in Spalletti's final months, those were real embarrassments)

    Cannot tell if this loss was more embarrassing to the home loss against Barcelona B+ last season. Or the disaster at Dortmund after their coach just realized how easy it was to break our system by simply attacking us out wide. It was just a pathetic performance, but we've suffered some very embarrassing moments in the last 15 months as well.
    What are you talking about? Spalletti had a lead against Juventus with less than ten minutes left. He took off our best player in favour of a Davide Santon, who then proceeded to get beaten like a training pylon twice by Juan fucking Cuadrado of all people. Spalletti putting his tail between his legs in a pivotal spot is the definition of embarrassing. He gift-wrapped the Scudetto to Juve.

    The Barcelona B defeat is up there, sure. But Conte's love child Vidal getting us essentially KO'd of the UCL within 30 minutes of a home fixture? That's the topper for me.

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    What are our thoughts for today? Can we go any lower than this game?

    Let's hope not...

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