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Bergomi: “Inter, championship not closed: yes turnover, but Inzaghi was clear”

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Bergomi: “Inter, championship not closed: yes turnover, but Inzaghi was clear”

Beppe Bergomi approves the turnover that Simone Inzaghi will launch against Lecce today: here are his words on Inter to the Gazzetta

Beppe Bergomi approves the turnover that Simone Inzaghi will launch against Lecce today. Lo Uncle, Inter’s champion for twenty years and now an appreciated technical voice on Sky, spoke to Gazzetta dello Sport about the Nerazzurri’s journey between the championship and the Champions League.

Bergomi, is it right to change so many men in Lecce after the victory against Simeone?

“Right and inevitable. The Champions League matches are different from the others and it is no coincidence that Juventus hoped to remain attached in the standings until March. Allegri knew that the rhythms and tensions of the Champions League would “weigh” on Inzaghi. Plus there was also the injury to Thuram… The Bianconeri have separated themselves a bit and, even more so, Inter have to let some men catch their breath. Let’s not forget that there is also a catch-up against Atalanta on Wednesday.”

A “gift” from the Italian Super Cup in January in Riyadh.

“If you win the Super Cup it gives you a lot in terms of morale and self-esteem, but now it forces Inter to insert a difficult match like the one against Gasperini into an already complicated moment.”

Hence Inzaghi’s choice to make a turnover in Lecce.

“It is right to give space to Frattesi who, if he had been in Milan or Juve, would undoubtedly have played more. However, others also deserve a chance, it being understood that with Lautaro, Mkhitaryan, Acerbi, Dimarco and Dumfries as starters, there will always be a certain tactical identity”.

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