Inter head coach Simone Inzaghi is happy that his team responded to disappointment against Real Madrid during the week with an emphatic win against Bologna, though still has a nagging worry after an injury to forward Joaquin Correa.

Speaking to Inter TV, the Italian tactician gave his immediate reaction to the 6-1 thrashing of the Rossoblu at the San Siro earlier this evening, and also gave an update on the situation with Correa who had to come off injured.

Correa made his first start for the Nerazzurri since joining from Lazio in the summer, but was forced off midway through the first half after a challenge by Bologna defender Lorenzo De Silvestri left him in some pain.

Of the nature of the result, Inzaghi stated, “It was very important to get back to winning ways, we knew the importance of the match after an excellent performance against Real Madrid, from which unfortunately the result was missing.

“We must have had a lot of anger in our bodies because we were facing a team that had not conceded a goal in the last two games,” he said of this evening’s opposition.

“Congratulations to everyone,” Inzaghi went on. “Today was not easy, we took to the pitch with the right kind of concentration we need in these games. We enjoy this success after the absurdity on Wednesday, but we have to look forward because on Tuesday we will face another important challenge.”

Regarding the fitness of Correa, Inzaghi still does not know what the situation is with the Argentine, but is hopeful of having him back available in the squad soon, ready to get back into form.

“We cross our fingers, he is doing the examinations in the hospital and we hope it is nothing serious,” he said.

“[Arturo] Vidal felt a little strain and we decided not to risk him,” Inzaghi explained of the Chilean’s absence, “we hope to have him available next match.”

The coach concluded, “We had a great match with the right approach, we feared this game but the guys approached it in the right way.”