Inter wingback Federico Dimarco feels that his goals against Bologna in the Nerazzurri’s 6-1 win over Bologna this evening are dedicated to his family and friends.

Speaking to Italian broadcaster DAZN after the match, as reported by FCInterNews, the 24-year-old spoke about the importance of those closest to him in inspiring him to better and better performances as well as goals.

Dimarco continued his outstanding start to the campaign with a brace against Bologna, the first a direct free kick which gave the Nerazzurri the lead, and the second the team’s fourth in the match.

The 24-year-old helped the Nerazzurri to a massively important result in the context of their season, bouncing back from conceding an early goal on the night, and from a damaging loss to Juventus over the weekend.

He did so in front of the San Siro and in front of his family and friends, and Dimarco was very pleased about this.

“I’d never scored in front of the north stand before,” he said, “so I dedicate these goals to my family and friends.”

Of the match as a whole, Dimarco said that “We certainly didn’t start very well, we conceded from a deflection on a shot that had been heading about ten metres why.”

“The important thing is that there was a reaction and that we won,” he concluded.