Former Lazio and Torino goalkeeper Luca Marchegiani feels that Inter’s 1-0 Serie A win over Torino on Saturday didn’t show any real signs of improvement on the team’s recent slump in form despite getting back to winning ways.

Speaking to Italian broadcaster Sky Sport Italia, Marchegiani gave the view that the three points cannot hide the fact that the Nerazzurri were still struggling in the same ways that they have been in some of their recent losses in Serie A and in the Champions League.

Three points were absolutely essential for Inter to stave off further talk of being a team in crisis after damaging losses at the hands of Lazio, AC Milan, and Bayern Munich between the league and European competition in the first month of the season.

In this respect, they managed to get what they came for in their clash with the Granata, but it was also an undeniably scrappy match, and Marchegiani believes that real improvements were not evident.

“Handanovic was the best player on the pitch, Torino had eight shots on goal,” he noted. “It was a precious win and Inzaghi and the fans will have been delighted to win, but I see no improvements whatsoever.”