Inter’s situation now appears to be much more calm than it had been just a couple days ago after they managed to win against Torino in Serie A, but there isn’t much that’s positive to take away from the match besides the result.

This is the view in today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who suggest that the Nerazzurri’s performance was not good enough and hardly a sign that they have decisively recovered from their slump in form at the start of the season.

There was a palpable sense of relief when Inter broke through with a late goal from Marcelo Brozovic against Torino, and it could be a moment that injects the bit of calm needed for the team to actually get to work on fixing the cracks that have appeared over the start of the season.

However, part of the reason that the moment felt like such a big one is that the team had been struggling all match, and the three points felt like a let-off, and the team will have to work to rectify the underlying problems that had been on show rather than becoming complacent with what looks like a positive result on the surface.