Inter head coach Simone Inzaghi has been carefully looking over the matches in which the Nerazzurri have dropped points and has been looking for answers as to why they’ve not been at their best.
This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who explain that the coach has been focusing on the lack of fluidity to their ball circulation in the buildup phase.
Inter’s form in recent weeks has led to their drop-off from being favourites for the Scudetto, and the coach has had to analyze why things have gone wrong.
Even in matches where key midfielder Marcelo Brozovic has been available for selection, the team has lacked the balance that it had in midfield earlier in the season, and has not imposed its tempo in terms of the passing game.
Accordingly, the coach is focusing his efforts on re-launching the team’s possession approach to be at its best in their vital matches in the run-in, now that he has a week of training without a midweek game for the first time in a while.
Moreover, the coach sees the lack of clinical finishing as a key factor in why the team have been unable to get the results they’ve needed, and is turning his attention to becoming more decisive in front of goal.