Italian journalist Marco Bucciantini has praised Inter for the way they react to matches and their physical abilities, according to a report in the Italian broadcast media.
As was said by Marco Bucciantini in the Sky Sport studios after the match against Empoli, Inter adapts well to their surroundings in the matches they play.
“I like how Inter lives matches. When there is a fight, they fight. But then, as soon as they have the chance to grow, they do it.”
He also focused on the physical qualities that the squad has, singling out midfield duo Nicolo Barella and Marcelo Brozovic for their immense running levels and stamina.
“It’s a team that has great physical qualities. Barella and Brozovic always start and they play well.”
Inter showed they have great squad depth in the match against Empoli as the two goals were scored by Danilo D’Ambrosio and Federico Dimarco.
“I like it when D’Ambrosio and Dimarco score because they are the goals of a group entirely on the same page.”
There was a contentious penalty decision that went the way of Inter that very much angered Empoli coach Aurelio Andreazzoli.
Marco Bucciantini believes that the coach wants to seem more consistency and clarity within the rules of the game in Italy as many decisions have been confusing recently.
“It did not seem like a protest, but an elegant request for help to have simple and clear rules.”