Inter striker Edin Dzeko is pleased that wingback Robin Gosens was able to get on the scoresheet in the Nerazzurri’s win over Bologna yesterday.

Speaking to InterTV, as reported by FCInterNews, the 36-year-old expressed his happiness for his teammate, and also called his own volley to open the scoring for the Nerazzurri one of the best goals of his career.

Dzeko was the player to get Inter’s first goal, and it was some effort to cancel out the setback of conceding an early goal.

The Bosnian produced volley of tremendous skill to find the back of the net, and it proved to be a sign of the kind of evening that the Nerazzurri would have after a rocky start.

Then, it was Gosens who finished off the scoring in the 6-1 hammering, with the German coming off the bench and showing the goalscoring prowess from late runs that he is renowned for.

“All the players in the team are important and I’m happy for Robin’s goal,” the Bosnian said.

“He always gives us his best, and sometimes a goal is something that gives a player confidence.”

Of his own goal, Dzeko said that “I won the ball and I immediately made a run to the penalty area because I was expecting a cross.”

“When I saw the trajectory I decided to go for it, and then it came off.”

“It was one of the most beautiful goals of my career.”

“It was important to see that the loss in Turin didn’t affect our approach to the match,” Dzeko continued.

He noted that “Bologna have good players and they showed it.”

“We conceded an unlucky goal, because the ball looked like it would have gone ten metres wide without the deflection.”

“In other words, it seems like things are just going against us at the moment, but then the goal woke us up.”