Italian journalist Fabrizio Biasin feels that the way that Inter coach Simone Inzaghi has managed to get the Nerazzurri out of an early-season crisis has been not just impressive, but something that is rarely seen in football.

Speaking to Italian broadcaster SportMediaset, via FCInter1908, the journalist gave the view that coaches are rarely able to get teams back on track in the way that the Inter coach has managed to do compared to earlier on in the campaign.

Inter endured a fairly torrid start to the season, as losses to the likes of Lazio, AC Milan, Udinese, and Roma all came in relatively short succession to raise major doubts about the Nerazzurri’s campaign to fight for the title over the remainder of the campaign.

Inzaghi’s future was cast in real doubt by the team’s form, but the coach and his team look to have responded well since the difficult first few weeks of the campaign.

Whilst it has not all been smooth sailing, the Nerazzurri have been picking up wins much more consistently and have produced a number of statement wins which have suggested that Inzaghi has things back on track.

Biasin stated that “Inzaghi has managed to do something that rarely happens in football.”

“He’s gotten out of a really difficult situation, because at the start of the season Inter were looking completely rudderless.”

“This team is now looking physically intense, playing well, and after an important month there season looks well back on track,” he added.