Antonio Conte very satisfied Inter Milan finally won a landslide

Inter Milan won a big victory in the match against Brescia at dawn earlier this morning. These results make coach Antonio Conte look very satisfied.

The Nerazzurri have just played the 29th Giornata in Serie A in the early morning West Indonesian Time (02/07). They faced Brescia at the Giuseppe Meazza Stadium. Playing as the host, Inter managed to win with a landslide score of 6-0.

Danilo D’Ambrosio, Roberto Gagliardini and Antonio Candreva each scored one goal in the match. Meanwhile, three other goals scored three new club members namely Ashley Young, Alexis Sanchez and Christian Eriksen.

The fact that three goals scored by new players is very important for Inter Milan, because it means they have started to unite with the team. In addition, this victory makes the Nerazzurri retain position in the 3rd place.

Naturally, coach Antonio Conte looked very excited after the game to welcome the big victory won by his landing team.

Of course there is a great sense of satisfaction about how we control this match, we maintain the same attitude throughout the game without ever stopping and that is a good thing,

“Our feet remain attached to the accelerator and the fact that we didn’t concede was very positive,” Conte told DAZN.

Of course, Conte also did not forget to praise the players who according to him performed optimally throughout the match against Brescia earlier.

I am very calm, I have a group of great people, professional players who want the best for Inter. Therefore, we can make mistakes or mistakes in the game but I was able to remain calm because of the professionalism and generosity of this group. My only regret this year is that we have to pay dearly for our naivete,” he said.

Inter Milan’s success in the match reaped three points, so they are now only four points away from Lazio, who are second in the standings and eight points from the top, Juventus.

There are still 9 matches left, although it is difficult they still have the opportunity to catch up to the distance.

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