Tonight’s match is a look into the past of Genoa striker Goran Pandev, who again meets his destiny with Inter who gave him glory and who he helped win glory back in 2010. Ahead of the occasion, the Macedonian striker spoke with the official TV channel of the Ligurian club, starting to talk about his dreams as a boy.
Pandev began by speaking about his childhood heroes stating that “I liked Savicevic so much during the times of Red Star and Yugoslavia, then when I arrived in Italy at Inter in 2001 there was Ronaldo and he is definitely the strongest player. I was lucky to train with him, he was an example for everyone.”
Pandev left Inter only to return during the January transfer window of 2010 and when asked about this and the most important goal he has ever scored he replied: “I have scored many, but I will always remember the one against Bayern in Germany in the knockout stages of the Champions League.”
Inter will be heading to Genoa tonight to kick off the 25th week of the Serie A campaign.