Inter defender Federico Dimarco is happy to have a regular place in the Nerazzurri first team and sees it as the result of intense effort.
Speaking to InterTV after the match he spoke about feeling that he has earned the privilege of representing his boyhood club through his hard work and growth, and expressed his happiness at scoring a goal to help his team win.
Dimarco got on the scoresheet for the second time this campaign, scoring the Nerazzurri’s second to wrap up a victory and get back to winning ways after frustrating results in their past two matches.
The 23-year-old and his teammates also had to work hard as a unit to maintain a clean sheet, and he showed once again that he is ready to be a big part of the plans at his boyhood club after his return from loan this summer.
Of his near-miss from which he almost bagged a brace, Dimarco stated that “I’m sorry that on my second shot the ball went out, I would have liked to have gotten a second.”
“Inter means a lot,” he reflected, “since I was little it has always been my home, from my youth to the first team. And so the goal means a lot.”
“It was certainly a hard-fought match,” the defender continued, “let’s not forget that they’ve achieved major results like in Turin against Juve. The three points have arrived and we are happy.”
He concluded that “I have certainly worked hard, I know what I have been through in recent years.
“I had to earn everything with my effort and I am happy that satisfaction is coming with this shirt. “