Praise was high for Inter following their 1-0 victory over Udinese last night, with Milano based newspaper il Corriere della Sera highlighting the merits of the Nerazzurri in their victory.
The report details how the successful defence of Diego Godin, Milan Skriniar and Stefan de Vrij managed to keep Kevin Lasagna and Udinese at bay, nullifying the Frulianli’s attacks.
Nicolo Barella had his first start in an Inter shirt but was removed at half-time following a yellow card after a reckless challenge on Rodrigo De Paul that could have saw the 22-year-old Italian sent off.
Alexis Sanchez also made his debut for Inter, almost scoring if not for an acrobatic save from Udinese goalkeeper Juan Musso.
The report also highlights the impressive goalkeeping from Musso further, with four strong saves to keep Udinese in the game until the final whistle, such as his save from Stefano Sensi’s volley early in the game.
Finally, the report details how Conte focuses on pressure and rhythm, occasionally at the expense of precision, but his style and confidence has already changed the mentality of the Nerazzurri squad for the better.