Former Inter goalkeeper Walter Zenga was a special guest at Appiano Gentile on Thursday and in an interview with Inter TV, he urged the Inter team of today not to be afraid of the team they will face in the Champions League.
“Firslty, it is a pleasure for me to return home and relive my past. Here I experienced some beautiful emotions that will remain with me forever.”
Zenga then spoke on the victory over Bologna and looked ahead to the game with Parma on Saturday afternoon.
“The win against Bologna was important and now there will be some complicated but beautiful matches ahead. Today football has changed a lot, because the little sides are very well organised, so we always need a careful performance on the part of everyone.”
He concluded the interview by speaking about the Champions League and the importance of the San Siro.
“Having an easy group can lead to a drop in tension. Inter should not be afraid to play against top clubs. The most difficult matches are the best ones to win
Inter fans have always filled the stadium. Last year when I came with Crotone there were 50,000 people there, from that point of view there is no problem.”