Simone Inzaghi disappointed that Inter were held to a 2-2 draw with Sampdoria

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ACCURATE.CO Simone Izaghi was disappointed with the performance of his team after being held to a 2-2 draw. In fact, Inter Milan scored first and almost controlled the game.

“There are regrets, because this was a game we should have won and we could have won. A team like us led twice, then made mistakes with Ivan Perisic, Hakan Calhanoglu and other easy chances,” said Inter coach Simone Inzaghi.

Inzaghi said that his team conceded twice, one of which was a classy goal against Inter.

“We conceded two goals, one was an own goal which hit Edin Dzeko, the other was a world class goal from Tommaso Augello, but we have to win,” said Inzaghi.

He also admitted that Sampdoria are a good team with high discipline, making it difficult to beat.

“We faced a good team who were very well organised, but also regret that (Stefano) Sensi had an injury and we finished the game with 10 men,” he said.

As is known, Inter Milan has just been matched by Sampdoria in the Italian League continued.

The Sampdoria vs Inter match in the third week of the Italian League was held at the Stadio Comunale Luigi Ferraris, Sunday (12/9/2021) night WIB. In this match, Inter had won twice before being forced to draw.

Federico Dimarco put Inter ahead in the 18th minute, which Maya Yoshida replied in the 33rd after her shot hit Edin Dzeko. Inter closed the first half with a 2-1 lead thanks to Lautaro Martinez’s goal in the 44th minute.

Sampdoria equalized early in the second half through Tommaso Augello’s goal. The 2-2 score lasted until the game was over.

With this draw, Inter Milan has now collected seven points from three matches. Simone Inzaghi’s team is in second place in the Italian League standings, two points behind Napoli at the top. While Sampdoria is ranked 14th with two points.


Sampdoria: Emil Audero; Bartosz Bereszynski, Maya Yoshida, Omar Colley, Tommaso Augello (Murru 78′); Morten Thornsby, Adrien Silva (Torregrossa 88′); Antonio Candreva, Francesco Caputo, Mikkel Damsgaard (Verre 78′); Fabio Quagliarella (Askildsen 68′)

Inter Milan: Samir Handanovic; Milan Skriniar, Stefan de Vrij, Federico Dimarco (Dumfries 67′); Matteo Darmian, Nicolo Barella, Marcelo Brozovic (Vidal 54′), Hakan Calhanoglu (Sensi 67′), Ivan Perisic (D’Ambrosio 54′); Lautaro Martinez (Correa 62′); Edin Dzeko.[]


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