The coaches on the "boot" are a little nervous. Simone Inzaghi was excluded in the match with Juventus in the Italian Derby, which ended without a winner at Giuseppe Meazza(1: 1). The former coach of Lazio was furious like a lynx after the awarded penalty for the Bianconeri, from which Paolo Dybala, three minutes before the end, brought a point to the Old Lady.
A few hours earlier, Luciano Spalletti and Jose Mourinho, coaches of Napoli and Roma, got the red cards. Inzaghi regrets the missed two points in the finish of the match in Milan. He claims that the penalty was the only way for the rival to score and that Inter controlled the game for most of the match.
Nerazzurri took the lead through Edin Dzeko, but the Argentinian Dybala equalized after a controversial penalty for the guests. "I think this was the only way to concede a goal. It's disappointing because I feel like we controlled the game from start to finish, we didn't allow anything to Juventus and I'm not happy to have seen two points lost," said Inzaghi.
He commented on the controversial situation when after the VAR it was still pointed to the white dot. "The referee was there, he could see where the offense was and he didn't have to be consulted by the VAR. I'm disappointed because of our fans because we played well and deserved more."
Penalty and red card
He expressed his anger at the awarding of penalties and was shown a red card at angry protests. "I admit that my gesture was not a good picture to show, but at that moment I felt that it was not for VAR."
Inter kept the result in the second half. That hit him hard on the head. "In the first half we spent a lot of energy on pressing all over the field, we knew that Juve could bring Chiesa, Dybala, and others off the bench, so we were a little more back, but I still claim that we did not allow anything to Juventus."
"Our rival is the team that is amazing in counter-attacks." "The whole team worked hard, helped each other and the result is cruel to us." He had something to say about Perisic "Ivan Perišić was already tired at the end of the first half, he had a small problem, but he showed me that he was able to continue.
When he received a yellow card 20 minutes later, I felt it was best to take him out of the game, yes we do not risk a possible red card ", concluded the Inter coach. Inter will have the opportunity for three points on Wednesday when they visit Empoli in Tuscany.