A report from today’s paper edition of the Milano based newspaper Corriere della Sera has analysed Inter’s disappointing 2-2 draw against Parma yesterday.
The report details how the Milanese club’s game plan is always the same, with many chances created but wasted, as well as their goals being fairly similarly scored.
Yesterday’s draw was the Nerazzurri’s third in four games, although it was a lucky result considering that it took a 92nd minute equaliser from Croatian forward Ivan Perisic to secure the point.
The Milanese club clearly suffered without 27-year-old Belgian striker Romelu Lukaku, with his leadership and hold-up play not being found elsewhere.
Coach Antonio Conte’s side were also unlucky not to receive a penalty in the second half, when Perisic was fouled in the box.
Inter will now have to bounce back for their next game against Spanish giants Real Madrid in the upcoming Champions League clash on Tuesday.