It's more about the way Roma play. They didn't press us high so we could comfortably play our game. The problem is everyone has figured out by now that the way to trouble Inter is by pressing them high. We have no countermeasure to this.It's not about the amount of goals we scored, it's how absolutely clueless roma looked in those matches. Even more than cagliari, salernitana etc., where we scored more goals.
idk spinnazola and zaniolo are also very capableNeed to watch out for Dybala and Pellegrini. The rest don’t concern me.
I didn't watch Roma much, but from what I saw in their last game against Atalanta, most of the Roma players are actually very agile and creative as well. They have no problem penetrating into the opposition penalty box. I think the only thing they lack is composure. They fucked up countless chances to score vs Atalanta.Need to watch out for Dybala and Pellegrini. The rest don’t concern me.
Too early to talk about this as we first need to see how players return from international break but it will be interesting to see how Inzaghi chooses to replace Brozovic. The obvious choice would be Asllani but he has barely played. Would Inzaghi really start him for the first time in a big game? I am not so sure. I wouldn't be surprised if Inzaghi went with Hakan as a regista and Mhki/Gagliardini alongside Barella.
Gotta neutralize Cristante.If he starts Gags he should be publicly executed on the spot