Inter wingback Matteo Darmian has said that the Nerazzurri conceded two avoidable goals against AC Milan and it will be tough to beat Bayern Munich on Wednesday, according to a report in the Italian broadcast media. 

Speaking after the match at San Siro to Inter TV, via FCInternews, the Italian defender lamented the way that the Nerazzurri let the game get away from them in the second half with goals from Olivier Giroud and Rafael Leao.

“We conceded two avoidable goals, then there was the spirit to try to get it back, but we didn’t succeed. We must regain the spirit of not conceding goals at all costs. We know that even small details can make the difference, especially in big games.”

Inter had taken the lead in the first half with a slick move that saw Marcelo Brozovic slot past Mike Maignan. Rafael Leao then equalised before halftime with a very impressive finish in the box from a tight angle. Inter lost the game 3-2 in the second half.

Inter’s next match will be on Wednesday at home to Bayern Munich in the UEFA Champions League group stage and Matteo Darmian is aware that they are facing a tough team.

“We will have a few days to prepare for the match, but the Champions League starts and we want to start well. We face a very strong team, but at home with our fans we will try to give a good performance.”