Inter Milan wingback Federico Dimarco feels that the team can celebrate their win over Frosinone before turning their attention to Juventus.
The 26-year-old spoke to InterTV after the Nerazzurri beat Frosinone in Serie A yesterday evening, via FCInterNews.
Inter made it six wins from six between the October and November breaks with their win over Frosinone yesterday evening.
Moreover, the three points that the Nerazzurri took from the match sent them back to the top of the Serie A table.
Juventus had temporarily been at the summit. The Bianconeri’s win over Cagliari earlier in the weekend meant that they were one point clear of Inter.
But the Nerazzurri responded with their own win over a newly-promoted team.
Dimarco scored the opener with a spectacular effort from barely past the halfway line.
This was enough to keep the momentum going heading into the international break.
But awaiting Inter on the other side of the break is a head-to-head clash with Juventus.
And beyond the significance that the Derby d’Italia always carries as a fixture, it will have the feel of a real potential title-decider.
Federico Dimarco: Celebrate Win Vs Frosinone, Then Think About Juventus
As far as looking ahead to the match against Juventus, Dimarco wasn’t getting ahead of himself.
“First we’ll celebrate this win, which was very important,” the wingback said.
“Then, after the international break, we can start to think about Juventus,” he added.
As far as the team’s good run of form, Dimarco said that “We’re a good group.”
“Now we have to keep going to get better and better results.”
And the 26-year-old also gave his thoughts on his spectacular goal.
Dimarco floated the ball over the head of Frosinone goalkeeper Stefano Turati from barely over the halfway line.
“It was an attempt on goal,” he said – denying that it was an overhit cross that went straight in.
“And thank god it went in, otherwise I’d be on the end of all sorts of insults,” Dimarco joked.