Inter wingback Federico Dimarco feels that even though the Nerazzurri are in a serious patch of bad form after their 2-1 Serie A defeat to Roma, they are still united behind coach Simone Inzaghi.
Speaking to Italian broadcaster Sky Sport Italia, the 24-year-old blamed the sequence of bad results on the team paying for isolated moments, and confirmed that they still support their coach.
Inter threw everything at the Giallorossi in their first match back from the international break, a match where they’ll have felt that at the very minimum a point was needed to inject some positivity after the bitter disappointment of the losses before the break.
Instead, the Nerazzzurri were punished for a few lapses and found themselves in an even deeper crisis following the loss, and the questions that are being asked regarding the performances, the players, and the coach are only growing louder.
Dimarco said that “The individual episodes are going against us, they scored two goals from two shots.”
“But after tonight we have to think about Barcelona,” he continued. “We must remain compact, stay a team, and get out of this bad moment as soon as possible. We are behind the coach and there’s nothing to add, period.”