A report from today’s paper edition of the Rome based newspaper Corriere dello Sport discussed the Inter squad’s best and worst performers in their 2-2 draw against Parma yesterday.
The report details how Danish midfielder Christian Eriksen again failed to impress in yesterday’s match, often being surrounded by players and failing to show off his qualities. He was taken off in the 58th minute by coach Antonio Conte.
Argentine striker Lautaro Martinez also disappointed, failing to score for the fifth game in a row. He lost the ball just before Parma’s first goal, his mistake proving costly.
The worst player on the pitch yesterday was Dutch defender Stefan de Vrij, the report continues, who clearly struggled in the right centre back position, allowing Gervinho to score twice.
The best player for Inter was Croatian midfielder Marcelo Brozovic, who scored the Nerazzurri’s first goal of the game and consistently played good passes, working hard throughout his time on the pitch.