Inter Primavera forward Matias Fonseca discussed the Nerazzurrini’s disappointing 4-1 loss to Slavia Prague in the UEFA Youth League on Wednesday in an interview with Italian broadcaster Inter TV.

“It’s a defeat that leaves us bitter, we were close to the goal, then we lost two games in a row and it’s something that makes us angry. But this anger and bitterness must be turned into energy to win the last one against Barcelona.”

Fonseca has made ten appearances for the Primavera team so far this season, making a name for himself by scoring seven goals and providing two assists in that time. The 18-year-old Naples born forward was on the bench for the Nerazzurri’s two league wins over Hellas Verona and Torino earlier this month but didn’t feature in either game.

He is one of the players that coach Antonio Conte has been keeping an eye on, bringing him along to first team training sometimes.