Inter Milan coach Simone Inzaghi feels that winning against Monza yesterday evening was only straightforward on paper.

The Nerazzurri coach praised his team for getting their approach speaking to InterTV after the match, via FCInterNews.

Inter continued their winning ways in Serie A yesterday at the U-Power Arena.

The Nerazzurri were certainly the favourites in terms of the form table.

But there was never going to be anything easy against a Brianzoli team who had taken four points off of Inter last season.

Monza are a team with quality and a clear tactical identity under coach Raffaele Palladino.

But Inzaghi’s players put in a highly emphatic performance, and got the scoreline to match.

Inter won the match 5-1. And this was hardly an unfair reflection of the balance of play.

That could make it seem as though yesterday’s match was an easy one.

But Inzaghi has warned that that was anything but the case.

Inter Coach Simone Inzaghi: Beating Monza Only Easy On Paper

Inzaghi said of yesterday’s match that “We approached it in the best way possible.”

“And we won a match that looks easy on paper, but in reality is anything but.”

“We worked for five days in training and we were doing well, so that’s why I wasn’t worried,” the Inter coach said.

Inzaghi said that “I really liked the way the team played.”

As far as the need for squad depth and rotation, Inzaghi stressed that “Now I need everyone.”

“Now, with the exception of Cuadrado, everyone is available.”

“And I want that to continue to be the case, because I need the entire squad.”

“Clearly playing one match a week is more manageable,” the Inter coach noted. “But soon we’ll start having a lot of matches close together again.”

Inter travel to Saudi Arabia for the Supercoppa Italia later this week.