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Antonio Conte admits he ‘fears’ Inter Milan’s next two Serie A games against Genoa and Parma

Antonio Conte admits he ‘fears’ Inter Milan’s next two Serie A games against Genoa and Parma as he refuses to name his aspect title favourites regardless of going 4 factors clear on the prime after victory over metropolis rivals AC Milan

  • Inter Milan beat native rivals AC Milan 3-0 in Serie A on Sunday afternoon
  • The victory leaves Antonio Conte’s aspect 4 factors clear on the prime of the desk
  • Conte is aware of that his aspect have loads of work to do to safe the title  

Inter Milan supervisor Antonio Conte doesn’t imagine his aspect’s convincing victory over AC Milan has made them clear favourites for the Serie A title.

A brace from Lautaro Martinez and a strike from Romelu Lukaku sealed a a powerful 3-0 victory on the San Siro on Sunday afternoon.

But talking after the sport, Conte was involved concerning the challenges that lie forward. 

Antonio Conte admits he ‘fears’ Inter Milan’s next two Serie A games against Genoa and Parma

‘I concern the next two games against Genoa and Parma. That’s after we should show we’ve completed an additional step to stay on prime of the Serie A desk,’ Conte claimed.

‘Genoa have solely lost one sport since Ballardini arrived. Parma are struggling regardless of having crew, these two games will inform us lots about what we will obtain.

‘We all the time examine how our opponents’ defend with a view to improve the qualities of our gamers.

‘It all the time depends upon the traits of our opponents. Today we tried to press excessive on the pitch with Hakimi and Perisic after we had an opportunity.

‘At the start of the season we have been all the time urgent excessive up the pitch and typically we suffered it, now we’re dealing with these conditions a lot better.

‘Self-esteem will increase once you beat direct rivals. Today’s win confirmed we’re bettering, we should proceed this path, good outcomes are serving to us and it is simpler for me to make gamers perceive my concepts.’

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