There were few faults with Inter’s performance in yesterday evening’s 2-0 victory over Viktoria Plzen in the Champions League, except for perhaps a failure to score more goals.
This is the view of today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, who argue that the Nerazzurri did everything they had to do to get the job done, although they could have perhaps been more clinical in front of goal to put the result out of sight early on.
Inter scored in the first half through Edin Dzeko, whilst Denzel Dumfries gave the result a cushion by finding the back of the net in the second half after Plzen had been reduced to ten men.
Inter were more than good value for the two goals that they scored, and in truth probably could have gotten on the scoresheet one or two more times to secure a more emphatic victory.
Three points are three points and the Nerazzurri will be satisfied with both the result and their performance, but for Tuttosport it perhaps signalled a bit of laxity in front of goal that they did not punish the hosts more.