Goalkeeper Yann Sommer feels that there have been “a lot of good matches, and a few bad ones” in his first season at Inter Milan.

The 35-year-old spoke to InterTV, via FCInterNews. He reflected on how the season has gone ahead of the Nerazzurri’s last Serie A match of the campaign against Hellas Verona.

Sommer joined Inter from Bayern Munich last summer.

Last season, the veteran Swiss international won the Bundesliga for the first time in his career. He had spent nearly a decade playing for Borussia Monchengladbach prior to joining Bayern.

And after capping off his time in Germany with that victory, Sommer decided to try a new challenge in Serie A.

Inter bet on Sommer’s experience and known quality when they replaced Andre Onana.

And the Swiss international repaid the Nerazzurri’s faith. He quickly found his feet in the Italian top flight, and gave the team a sense of security between the posts.

Sommer has kept clean sheets more often than he hasn’t when he has played in Serie A.

And the 35-year-old has also won his second top-flight league title in a row, this time in Italy.

Yann Sommer: “Lots Of Good Matches & A Few Bad Ones” For Inter Milan

Not everything has gone perfectly for Sommer and Inter in the Swiss’s first season at the Nerazzurri.

For the goalkeeper individually, there have been a couple errors, as there always are.

And for Inter, the round of sixteen elimination from the Champions League at the hands of Atletico Madrid stung in particular.

But the positive has surely outweighed the negative. For Sommer, and for Inter.

The veteran goalkeeper has been a real safe pair of hands for the Nerazzurri. He has produced plenty of important saves over the course of the season.

And this has been the bedrock upon which Inter have built a genuinely dominant season in Serie A.

Sommer said that “It’s been a good season.”

“We’ve had some good performances as a team. A lot of clean sheets, so that means that we’ve had a good defense.”

“We’ve played a lot of good matches. And then there were certainly some bad ones, like the second leg in the Champions League, and the Coppa Italia.”

On the whole, Sommer said that “It was a good first season at Inter.”

As far as the move between leagues, Sommer commented that “It’s difficult to make a comparison with the Bundesliga.”

“I certainly really like Serie A. And the city of Milan as well.”

Sommer said that “Winning the Scudetto was really special for me.”

“There were a lot of positive emotions,” the 35-year-old continued.

“Certainly, when you move to a new league you always learn something new,” Sommer said. “And that happened here as well.”

“I learned to build up from the back,” said the Swiss.

“I’ve gained confidence. I can’t wait for the Euros, and then to start another season here after that.”