Italian journalist Matteo Marani believes that Inter have looked like a very well-organized unit under head coach Simone Inzaghi.
Speaking to Italian broadcaster Sky Sport Italia following the Nerazzurri’s 2-0 win over Venezia in Serie A yesterday evening, the journalist praised the style of play and the sense that everything is coordinated and well-drilled for the Nerazzurri.
Inzaghi had to take over from a manager who had set high expectations in the form of Antonio Conte after the latter departed from the club at the beginning of the summer.
However, already at the beginning of the season the signs were encouraging that he could have the team playing the way that he wanted, and now his side look to be in top form.
The Nerazzurri have looked confident and given the impression that each player understands their role and knows where their next pass is supposed to go in recent wins across Serie A and the Champions League.
“I admire this Inter a lot,” Marani said. “Inzaghi’s organization is definitely visible in how the team plays, for his ability to get the best out of players, obviously the wing-backs such as Darmian and Perisic.”
He adds that this is seen “Also the mezzali like Barella and Calhanoglu, and in the Dzeko-Lautaro pair up front, and when Correa is put in he does well. The organization is there to see, including at the level of the club directors.”