Ex-Inter Striker Roberto Boninsegna: “Inter Are In A Bad Patch Right Now, Fiorentina Are A Top Team”
Former Inter striker Roberto Boninsegna has said that Inter are not in a good place right now and that Fiorentina are a top team who are having a good season, according to a report in the Italian broadcast media.
Speaking during an interview with Radio Bruno, via FCInternews, Roberto Boninsegna explained that Inter’s opponent on Saturday are having a good season and have everything to play for.
“Fiorentina are a top team, they can still aim to make it to the cups. They are having an excellent season, they still have everything to play for.”
He also touched upon the absences that Inter must deal with during the game, of which Marcelo Brozovic must also be considered.
“Tomorrow is a difficult match for Inter too, because there are important absences like De Vrij who is an almost decisive player. The Nerazzurri are going through a bad patch.”
Roberto Boninsegna also pointed out that Inter had a commanding lead in the Serie A title race which has now been lost.
“They had an 8-point advantage, then went through a difficult moment. Something was wrong even from the bench, such as not having used Dzeko in the Champions League or some questionable change in the derby lost in the last minutes.”
The 78-year-old made a staggering 197 appearances for Inter between 1969 and 1976, scoring 113 goals in the progress.
He then moved to Juventus where he scored 22 times in 58 appearances before finishing his career with a very short spell at Hellas Verona.