Inzaghi: “Juve second? Inter look at the current standings”

“Then there are judicial proceedings and the responsible bodies that are working”

“Do I feel like I’m second in the standings? I look at the standings now, then there are judicial proceedings and the relevant bodies that are working. We will see what happens, we hope it will happen soon because all the teams need clarity”. Inter coach Simone Inzaghi said so commenting on Max Allegri’s words. According to the Juventus coach, the black and white formation is second with a 3-point advantage net of the 15-point penalty imposed by the FIGC Court of Appeal for the capital gains case. “We consider them a great team, complete with very strong players. We respect them, we faced them in very heartfelt finals. We will also have two Coppa Italia matches ahead of us. We know how important mental preparation is and with Juve it will be more so,” he said. continued Inzaghi.

On the possibility that the European clashes have drained energy or given both Inter and Juve mental strength and confidence, Inzaghi underlined that “surely, we know what this match represents for the club and the fans. aggression and determination as happens in certain matches. Does so many Italians ahead in Europe lead us to re-evaluate the value of Serie A? We needed it, we have all played great games and we deserve compliments. We must continue, the more Italy goes ahead in Europe the better for our movement.”