BRESSO – In the 38th minute, the long pass from Duncan for Livaja
and the subsequent penalty (with Piccoli getting sent off). This was how Andrea
Stramaccioni’s Primavera team opened the scoring against Hellas Verona. The
header from Spendlhofer in the 49th minute gave them a 2-0 win.
After this Week 18 league match the Inter coach stated: "Verona
played their game. It wasn’t easy to find space behind them, with Bonazzi
fielding five defenders. We created some chances, but we struggled to find the
openings. The penalty episode was certainly a great chance in the way we built
up to it."
It was a lovely Inter on display and one that created many scoring
chances, especially in the second half, but the team did not know how to make
the most of them. On this subject Stramaccioni continued: "The thing that
we must continue to work on, in order to grow and become a truly great team, is
finishing our chances. Apart from today’s match, our path this season has been
characterised by many points lost along the way. I want to see a proactive
Inter, one that creates and plays an open game, rather than making
calculations. However, we must improve in front of goal. We can’t always think
about having the chance to create a lot. Becoming a great team also means
knowing how to be cynical," concluded the Inter coach.