Inter Milan Latest News: Inter went head-to-head with an in-form Manchester City in the Champions League final and gave them a tough match
Simone Inzaghi, the manager of Inter Milan, expressed his satisfaction with his team’s accomplishments despite their disappointing 1-0 defeat to Manchester City in the Champions League final on Saturday.
Although Inzaghi’s team lost the final due to a goal from Rodri in the second half, he remained positive after a challenging season in which he faced significant criticism before leading his team to third place in Serie A and winning the Italian Cup and Super Cup.
“On a night like this, I can’t single players out who played below par. I said yesterday I would not change my players for anyone else, and tonight the world saw why,” Inzaghi told Sky Sports Italia.
“They showed the whole world how well they stood up to Manchester City, a side that everyone knows has so much quality.
“I hugged my players one by one, as they were extraordinary, just as our fans were and deserved a different result, but I hope they were happy seeing the way the team played tonight.”
Inzaghi has been heavily criticized by both fans and the media.
“Both I and my players were attacked and admittedly we lost some games that we shouldn’t have lost, but I think we learned valuable lessons from those defeats,” he said, pointing out that the team had won four trophies over the last two years.”
“With this spirit, organisation and determination, I think we will be back here again in future,” he added.