Italian journalist Massimo Brambati believes that Inter were a bit fortunate to get three points rather than having to settle for a draw against Torino on Saturday.
Speaking to Italian broadcaster TMW Radio, the journalist contrasted Inter’s win over the Granata with those of AC Milan and Napoli over the weekend, suggesting that of the three the Nerazzurri had been the one that was least convincing.
Inter managed to take three points from their match with Torino on Saturday, which was ultimately the most important matter for giving the impression that the team had gone some way towards bouncing back from their recent struggles.
The one-goal margin of victory for the match was the same as those of title rivals Napoli and Milan over Spezia and Sampdoria respectively, although Brambati feels that the Partenopei and the Rossoneri were more convincing in their displays considering the circumstances.
“The wins came about in different ways. Napoli’s convinced me the most even if it came in the ninetieth minute, they gave a demonstration of strength and quality,” he said.
He continued that “Milan’s was complicated, it was conditioned by the red card but they got it over the line,” whilst of Inter he said “They only narrowly avoided a draw against Torino.”