Inter head coach Simone Inzaghi must find a way to get the team to approach the biggest matches in their season with a winning mentality as they had under Antonio Conte.

This is the view in today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Corriere della Sera, who argue that at the moment the team are not showing the do-or-die attitude in every match that had brought them glory under the former coach.

Sunday’s Serie A defeat to Juventus brought the momentum that Inter had built up by qualifying for the Champions League round of sixteen and winning four in a row in the league to a screeching halt.

The sense was that the Nerazzurri had simply gone into that match expecting that if they played their game the result they wanted would come.

This was a marked contrast to the approach of the team under former coach Conte, who steeled the team all the more for the biggest occasions and never let the players rest on their laurels.

Inzaghi has proved that he is capable of instilling an effective style of play upon this group of players, but less that he is the right man to give them the mental edge needed in the biggest matches.

One mitigating factor noted by the Corriere, however, is that the 46-year-old has been without a key man in the form of striker Romelu Lukaku for much of the current season.