Federico Dimarco admits that Inter Milan are “not unbeatable” after the Nerazzurri’s 1-1 Serie A draw with Napoli.

The 26-year-old spoke to Italian broadcaster SportItalia, via FCInterNews, following the match at the San Siro yesterday evening.

For the first time in 2024, Inter dropped points in Serie A yesterday evening.

The Nerazzurri had won their previous ten matches in the league. That saw the team take a commanding lead at the top of the league table.

And it also led to a certain sense of invincibility around this Inter team.

The Nerazzurri appeared to be on course for another victory as they saw out a 1-0 advantage courtesy of a first-half Matteo Darmian goal in the closing stages yesterday.

But a switch-off on a corner allowed Napoli to find the equalizer.

Federico Dimarco: Inter “Not Unbeatable” After Napoli Draw

Yesterday’s draw was hardly a bad result for Inter.

Not least because it came against the reigning Italian champions.

The point looks to be one more step towards this season’s Serie A title for the Nerazzurri.

But still, it’s not the result that Inter have come to expect considering their imperious recent run.

Moreover, the team had also experienced the setback of Champions League elimination just a few days ago.

Inter defender Dimarco gave the view that  “We approached the match against Napoli the right way.”

“But then the fatigue from the match in Madrid started to set in,” the Italian international went on. “That can happen.”

“On Wednesday we played against a strong team,” Dimarco said of Atletico Madrid, who knocked Inter out of Europe.

“They’ve showed that in recent seasons in the Champions League.”

“Going out to Atletico can happen,” Dimarco said.

The Inter wingback admitted that “We’re not unbeatable.”

“Now we need to keep working the way that we have been. Then it’s certain that neither the loss in Madrid nor this evening can erase the work we’ve been doing since the start of the season.”

Dimarco added that “Napoli are a strong team. They deserve respect.”

“They had a brilliant season last time out,” the Inter wingback added of the Italian champions. “And after this evening I can say they’re starting to play the way they were under Spalletti again.”