Inter Milan coach Simone Inzaghi admits that the loss in the Derby d’Italia against Juventus hurts and that their biggest mistake was not scoring in the first half.

In an interview to Inter TV immediately after Inter’s defeat in the Derby d’Italia to the Bianconeri, as reported via FCInterNews, Simone Inzaghi acknowledges the pain of the defeat and looks forward, as there are twenty-five more matches left in the league season.

“It is normal that a defeat hurts at the mental level, but we have to leave it behind. There are 25 matches left in the league season, which is a lot, and we have two left before the World Cup.

“We have to be brave to understand what went wrong and analyse what we can do better. We lost tonight and this makes us understand that matches are decided by the details. It is there that we have to do better,” said Inzaghi.

“Our biggest error is not scoring before the end of the first because it would have been a difference result. Then, we conceded a goal and left space in behind us. We created a chance through Lautaro, but then conceded the second goal.

“This is football. The regret is that we had a good game and we only brought home a loss. It is clear that we lost some points in a league where the top teams are playing well. It is us that have to play better,” concluded Inzaghi

Simone Inzaghi joined Inter Milan in June 2021. During his career with the Nerazzurri so far, he has won the Supercoppa Italiana, and the Coppa Italia.

Inzaghi has also qualified for the Round of 16 of the UEFA Champions League for the second straight season.

Prior in joining the Nerazzurri, Simone Inzaghi had a five year stint with Lazio where he was on the bench for two hundred and fifty-one games. He won two Supercoppa Italiana in 2017 and 2019 and one Coppa Italia in 2019.