Inter wingback Robin Gosens feels that the team will have to use the mistakes that they made in their 2-0 defeat at the hands of Bayern Munich this evening to learn and grow.

Speaking to Italian broadcaster Sky Sport Italia, the German gave his immediate reaction to the difficult defeat for the Nerazzurri, and also suggested that if the team had found a way through and scored a goal the match could have quickly become much different.

Inter were broadly outclassed by Bayern across ninety minutes, with the German champions creating more and better chances and looking more comfortable at imposing their preferred tempo of play as well as punishing the Nerazzurri when cracks started to appear.

There were positive signs, however, as the Nerazzurri played with brightness and physical intensity during some periods in a match that was a massive test for them particularly given their shaky recent form.

“At halftime we said we had to believe more and then we played the first 10-15 minutes of the second half very well,” Gosens said.

“If we were to score a goal, maybe it would change the whole mentality of the game, because if you make it 1-1 instead of going 2-0 down, it becomes a whole different match because it means that we are playing evenly against an incredibly strong team,” he continued.

“We have to learn from our mistakes and keep them in mind when we go there for the reverse fixture,” he noted.