Inter Defender Danilo D’Ambrosio: “I Don’t Believe In Bad Luck, Two Dropped Points”
Inter defender Danilo D’Ambrosio refused to accept that his side had simply been unlucky and expressed his disappointment at the goalless draw with Genoa yesterday.
Despite dominating, Inter struggled to find a way through at the Stadio Luigi Ferraris and had to settle for a single point against their relegation-threatened opponents, extending their winless streak to four league games.
Speaking to Italian television broadcaster DAZN after the final whistle, and as reported by FCInterNews.it, the former Torino defender insisted that he did not believe in bad luck and that Inter ought to have done more to seal the three points.
“Regardless of the others, for us they are two points lost because we are always aiming for victory and we were here to win. They are two points dropped,” D’Ambrosio declared.
“I don’t believe in bad luck. It is normal that on many occasions you throw everything at it, but it is a matter of the whole team. It is not just the forwards who are to blame. We must all be more clinical, regardless of the position,” he added.
D’Ambrosio has scored once in 15 appearances across all competitions for Inter this season, and helped the club lift the Serie A title last term.
Inter turn their attention to the Coppa Italia semi-final and a clash with city rivals AC Milan on Tuesday.