Inter have had problems with finishing their chances in the Champions League, and it has left them in a frustrating position with only one point from their first two matches.
This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who argue that the Nerazzurri must be more clinical with dispatching the chances that come to them in Europe’s top competition or risk another disappointing group stage exit.
In Serie A, finding goals has not been a problem for Inter, with twenty goals in six games meaning that they lead the Italian top flight.
However, while the majority of the Nerazzurri’s Serie A matches have seen them play at a frenetic pace and pile chances on, against Real Madrid and Shakhtar Donetsk this kind of quantity of chances has been harder to come by.
Accordingly, in order to find the back of the net more often, the Nerazzurri must take the chances that do come their way against a high calibre of opposition.
The Corriere argues that Inter’s performances have not been bad so far in their Champions League group stage campaign, but that their lack of a clinical edge has kept them from turning them into better results than a solitary point.