Inter head coach Simone Inzaghi is very happy with the way that his team showed their spirit to react to losing to Juventus over the weekend by beating Bologna.

Speaking to InterTV, as reported by FCInterNews, the coach also updated that there is a possibility, though not a certainty, that midfielder Marcelo Brozovic could start in Sunday’s Serie A match against Atalanta.

Inzaghi saw his team get exactly the result they needed to reassert themselves following a damaging defeat away to Juventus over the weekend.

Inter conceded the opener fairly early on, but reacted to defeat the Rossoblu by an emphatic scoreline.

Few doubts were left of the Nerazzurri’s quality, or of their hunger to get back to winning ways.

Now, the Nerazzurri will look ahead to their final match before the World Cup break against Atalanta, and then try to build upon what they showed to comfortably beat Bologna.

Inzaghi reacted that “I’m very satisfied because this is a win that comes after the loss on Sunday.”

“Over the past few days the team has looked very focused to me and aware of how serious Sunday’s defeat was.”

“Despite the conceding an unlucky opener this evening, we reacted in the best way as a team, now we go forward taking things one match at a time, we’re coming to our last match before the break, the seventh in 21 days, and we’ll try to be at our best in Bergamo.”

Of midfielder Brozovic, the coach said that “He’s definitely back now and recovered.”

“As we’ve seen with Lukaku, though, the return from these injuries has to be gradual.”

“Brozo has been out for less time than Romelu, but he’s back in the best way possible, on Sunday I’ll decide whether to start him on the bench or in the starting eleven.”

Of the place in the table, Inzaghi said that “Apart from Napoli, all the teams are having some struggles some for one reason and some for another.”

“This is not the time to look at the table, we have to just focus on the next match, which for us will be the last one for a long break which is new for us,” he added.

Of his brief chat with striker Lautaro Martinez when the Argentine was substituted off, Inzaghi said that “I asked him about the penalty.”

“You can see that there’s a good relationship between him and Calhanoglu, that they get along well and everyone is a real team.”

“One left the penalty to the other, and so I asked about that,” the coach said.