Inter boss Simone Inzaghi moved away from his favoured tactical system at times during the match against Spezia on Wednesday night at San Siro, according to a report in the Italian print media today.
As has been discussed by La Gazzetta dello Sport today, the inter manager despite setting up with the usual 3-5-2 formation actually allowed his players to change that at times during the game.
Inter were not under any pressure from Spezia for much of the match so Simone Inzaghi saw that there was no point having three central defenders up against almost no attackers.
That is why Inter seemed to attack in a 4-3-3 formation at times with Federico Dimarco being given the opportunity to attack more frequently than normal. This is a role that appears to suit the Italian left back.
Marcelo Brozovic and Hakan Calhanoglu were all over the pitch which differs from how Juventus boss Max Allegri uses Manuel Locatelli, which is purely as a defensive midfielder.