Commentator Riccardo Trevisani, whose screams following Matias Vecino’s winner against Tottenham Hotspur exploded across social media, has spoken to Inter TV and responded to some of the criticism sent his way.
“If it took six years for Inter to return to the Champions League and the match is decided in six minutes with the goals that were scored, of course it makes you lose your head. I experienced this feeling together with a near full San Siro that was trembling. Quite simply, even at the age of forty, football gives me the same thrill it gave me when I was four.”
Trevisani then spoke on Inter’s title credentials in Serie A.
“I think it is very complicated to take home the title because there is a team ahead of them all [in Juventus] so it is better for them to live certain European nights that make you grow.”
He proceeded to discuss Mauro Icardi’s equalising goal and Vecino’s winner.
“It is not accidental that Icardi scored a goal like that, in such a random way. Icardi scores with a cross that I am not sure was intended for him and to complete things Matias Vecino scored again, from a corner to complete a comeback. There is a lot of fate in what has happened and destiny should be left to do the rest.”
Trevisani was then asked if this can be enough to spur Inter on to success domestically.
“Absolutely, if that is not enough, then something is wrong. The team knew how to suffer when it was under the coash, as all the great teams can do and won when they had the chance. Now they have to start again.”