Esteban Cambiasso doesn’t think his Inter side are developing a complex away from the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza.
The club won their first two away games of the campaign, but the 1-1 at Atalanta last night followed draws at Cagliari and Torino.
“Every match is different,” he told Inter Channel. “We were disappointed in Turin because we conceded right at the end and we almost achieved a superb result with 10 men.
“But perhaps we're even more frustrated to draw the games against Cagliari and Atalanta because when you go in front in this sort of match, it's a real shame to get pegged back.
“Atalanta were certainly happy to take a point off Inter,” he added. “We wanted all three – we always go for three points no matter where we're playing.
“But we can't be too disappointed at drawing a match in Bergamo if we think of all the problems this fixture has caused us in recent years.
“Saying that, we didn't want to settle for a point and we showed that until the end – trying everything to get the win.
“Unfortunately it didn't come off for us.”
The Beneamata are away at Udinese at the weekend.
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