Legendary former Inter goalkeeper Walter Zenga feels that the Nerazzurri are now in absolutely top form after the 3-0 win over Roma at the Stadio Olimpico earlier this evening.
Speaking to Italian broadcaster Sky Sport Italia following the match, the 61-year-old gave the view that his former side had outclassed the Giallorossi completely and that they are playing at a very high level and showing a ruthless mentality.
Inter will not have taken three points for granted even with the numerous key absences in Roma’s squad, as the Giallorossi are still a formidable team who have shown that they can get results against tough opponents.
However, in the end the match looked fairly one-sided, with the Nerazzurri good value for their 3-0 win which saw them temporarily go ahead of Napoli in the Serie A table.
Inter dominated possession and created far more chances, and Zenga noted this aggressive approach, stating that “There is a difference in approach between Inter and Roma at the moment, Bastoni made the assist from a forward position, the Inter center-backs are moving forward and their Roma counterparts are going in the other direction.”
“Inter are in devastating form on a physical, mental and tactical level,” he went on, “this can be seen in Dzeko’s second goal – the move should be shown in football schools.”
“It was like [Gagliardini’s] goal from Lautaro’s backheel on Wednesday.”