Inter’s Italian international wingback Federico Dimarco believes that the Nerazzurri have matured in the last 90 days after a poor start to the season.

Speaking to Italian broadcaster DAZN, as reported via FcInterNews, in the immediate aftermath of the 3-2 win away against Atalanta at the Gewiss Stadium, the former Inter youth team player underlined the team’s growth.

“I think it’s about a month and half now that we have changed our approach to games, if we discount the Torino clash. Everyone can see that we are looking to get back on track.

“When you lose five out five games against your rivals, doubts begin to creep in but today we demonstrated that we are strong and that we can win in every ground.

“The break will do everyone some good, we have played 21 matches in two and a half months, when we get back after the World Cup and the holidays we will work to improve our performances.

“I am not sorry the break comes now even though I am doing well on a personal level.”

Inter came back from a goal down to in 3-2 away against Atalanta to record their 10th win in the Serie A this season, making it their first win against a direct rival having lost all previous five so far this season.

The Nerazzurri have lost to Lazio, AC Milan, Udinese and Juventus away from home in the Serie A as well as Roma at the San Siro in early October so today’s win over Atalanta was a long awaited one against a direct rival.

Bosnian international Edin Dzeko scored a brace in today’s 3-2 win bringing his tally in the Serie A to six and nine overall in all competitions so far this season which saw Inter finally win away against a top six side in the Italian top flight.