Inter Milan coach Simone Inzaghi feels that the support of the fans was vital in his team’s comeback win over Udinese in Serie A.

The 48-year-old spoke to InterTV, via FCInterNews, after the final whistle of yesterday evening’s match.

There was no lack of atmosphere at the Bluenergy Stadium this evening.

That was the case from the home supporters. The Udinese supporters urged their team on all match, sensing the importance of a surprise result for their team’s chances of Serie A survival.

But there were also plenty of Inter fans in attendance.

And the Nerazzurri supporters were in full voice as their team pushed for a late winner.

Therefore, the noise and intensity when Davide Frattesi scored a late winner for Inter was palpable.

Inter Milan Coach Simone Inzaghi: Fans Vital To Serie A Win Vs Udinese

Inzaghi said after the match that “The heart from the fans, the way they pushed us on, were vital ingredients in this match.”

“The fans were magnificent from start to finish,” the Inter coach added.

“They helped us achieve this win, which is very important for us.”

“We were up against a very physical team,” Inzaghi noted. “But one that also has quality.”

“We knew that there would be difficulties. And there were.”

“But the team did very well,” the Nerazzurri coach made clear.

As far as Inter’s season as a whole so far, Inzaghi said that “I’ve said it before, they’ve put in a massive amount of heart.”

“26 wins out of 31, we’ve all won them together. The guys have giving everything in every training session since July.”

Of making it 31 matches in a row in a season scoring a goal, a new Serie A record, Inzaghi said that “All we can do is congratulate the team.”

“They have to keep going like this. Records are meant to be broken, and we just have to keep focusing on working hard and getting results.”