Pasquale Marino cursed Parma's luck after the seven-goal thriller at San Siro, having rattled the woodwork three times.
The Ducali had taken the lead, then Inter scored three goals in five minutes – including two huge deflections – to turn it around.
“Conceding two goals like that really knocked the wind out of our sails,” said the Coach of the 5-2 defeat.
“We had the chances to go 2-0 up and created so many scoring opportunities throughout the match. We were unlucky.”
Hernan Crespo bagged a brace, but could easily have had four or five were it not for the woodwork and Luca Castellazzi's reflexes.
“Crespo is proving his worth and it becomes easier for him to play with the supply from Sebastian Giovinco.
“Apart from the two goals today, we had so many other chances. It was one of our best performances away from home.”
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