Inter goalkeeper Andre Onana is hoping that he and his teammates can make history by beating AC Milan in the Supercoppa Italiana this evening.
Speaking to InterTV ahead of the match, via FCInterNews, the Cameroonian stressed the importance of the match as a derby clash an an opportunity to win a trophy, and stated that he is feeling positively about it.
Inter will have their first chance to play for silverware in this evening’s Supercoppa match against city rivals Milan.
It will not be easy to get the better of the Rossoneri, but if Onana and his teammates can do so, then they will defend their Supercoppa crown from last season and add yet another trophy to the Nerazzurri cabinet.
This evening’s match will also be the third time in the history of the Milan derby in which the two teams have gone head to head for a trophy in a final.
Accordingly, the significance of this evening’s match will be twofold for both teams, and for his part Onana understands the significance of the match.
“We have the possibility of writing a chapter in our history with a win this evening,” the 26-year-old said.
“We want to win the Supercoppa.”
The former Ajax keeper continued that “I’m feeling good about it.”
“I’m very calm because I trust this team.”
“When we play as we’re capable of, we’re capable of beating any opponent,” he continued.
“This is both a derby and a final for us and we know how important this match will be, we’ll do our best to beat our city rivals.”