Former Nerazzurri defender Daniele Adani feels that the Inter Milan of two months ago wouldn’t have conceded an equalizer against Napoli.

Adani spoke to Italian broadcaster Radio Deejay, via FCInterNews. He also declared that midfielder Giovanni Fabbian is “the future” for the Nerazzurri.

Inter were not able to make it eleven straight wins in Serie A against Napoli on Sunday evening.

The Nerazzurri had looked on course to do so. They scored the opening goal in the first half, deservedly going in at halftime with an advantage.

And then in the second half as Napoli started to push for the goal, Inter were able to hold firm.

The Nerazzurri’s defense allowed the Partenopei little in the way of chances in the penalty area.

But it was a switch-off from a corner that proved to be Inter’s undoing.

Former Nerazzurri and Roma defender Juan Jesus was able to get a free header at virtually point blank range. The Brazilian’s effort made it 1-1, which ended up being the final scoreline for the match.

Adani: The Inter Of Two Months Wouldn’t Have Conceded Vs Napoli

Former defender Adani gave the view that “Napoli played a good match. This was thanks to the work of Francesco Calzona.”

“As far as Inter are concerned, I’d say one thing and say it loudly,” he continued. “For me the season is over after Madrid.”

“Because they went out of the Champions League. And now they’ll win the Scudetto in peace – the only thing not certain yet is when.”

“The Inter of two months wouldn’t have conceded a goal at the end,” Adani argued.

“Now the mood has changed.”

And Adani also praised midfielder Fabbian. The 21-year-old is a Bologna player currently after joining from Inter last summer – however, the Nerazzurri have a buyback option on the player.

Adani said that Fabbian “Came through the school of Inter, passed through Reggina.”

“Players like that have to be our hope for the future,” the former defender argued.

“Bolofgna are a great team,” he added. “Thiago Motta is a perfect fit for that kind of player.”