Inter forward Joaquin Correa knows that the team’s fate is not just in their hands in the Serie A title race today, but is nevertheless focused on getting a win against Sampdoria.
Speaking to InterTV ahead of this evening’s clash with the Blucerchiati, the Nerazzurri’s last of the season, the 27-year-old emphasized that the team are only thinking about doing their bit.
Inter are two points behind city rivals AC Milan going into their respective final matches of the campaign, but with the Rossoneri having a crucial head-to-head advantage meaning that if they avoid defeat in their match against Sassuolo they will be guaranteed to win the Scudetto.
However, the Nerazzurri still have faith that one more twist in a season that has already been full of them could hand them the opportunity to overtake the Rossoneri with three points, and even if this doesn’t prove to be the case they’re still committed to finishing the season in the best way.
“We’ve spent the week training well as usual,” Correa said. “We want to take the three points, and then we’ll see what happens.”
Of this evening’s match, he predicted that “It will be very difficult, the coach told us there are a lot of things we have to be careful of, we have to play our game as usual. We want these three points to make the fans happy, then we’ll see what happens elsewhere.”