Italian journalist Fabrizio Biasin discussed Inter’s important 3-1 win over Bologna and Danish midfielder Christian Eriksen’s brief appearance whilst speaking with Italian broadcaster Sport Mediaset yesterday.
“The best way to prepare a decisive game is to play the one that precedes it as if it were a decisive game. Inter played very well against Bologna and brought home three really important points.”
He looked ahead to this week’s vital Champions League clash against Ukrainian champions Shakhtar Donetsk.
“On Wednesday there will be Inter v Shakhtar and it will depend on what happens in Madrid, but good on the Nerazzurri.
“Very good Hakimi who somehow also responds to his coach with a brace. Usual extraordinary Lukaku.”
Finally, Biasin spoke about the latest controversy involving 28-year-old Danish midfielder Christian Eriksen, who played only one minute against the Rossoblu on Saturday.
“All good, except one thing, the two minutes given to Eriksen at the end. This humiliation to such a great player could and can be avoided.
“Foolishly, everyone is given the opportunity to feed on avoidable controversy. Good all, very good Inter and good Antonio Conte, but that was useless.”
Inter’s win over Bologna on Saturday means that they are still second in the Serie A table after 10 games, sitting one point ahead of rivals Juventus and just behind first place AC Milan.
Their next game is a key Champions League fixture against Shakhtar Donetsk, a must win clash if the Milanese club want any hope of progressing to the next round of the competition.
In the league, the Milanese club will face 11th place Cagliari in Sardinia. The Rossoblu have only won one of their last five games in Serie A, against Sampdoria.