Inter coach Simone Inzaghi believes the Nerazzurri should have scored more goals against Sheriff.
The Nerazzurri collected their first win in Champions League this season.
“We played the game that we had prepared. Sheriff arrived here on the back of victories against Shakhtar and Real Madrid,” Inzaghi told Sky Sport Italia.
“We knew it would have been difficult, but we remained united. We can still improve. There’s still a lot of work to do.
“When we find clubs like Sheriff who sit deep, we can’t make technical mistakes, I have the feeling we conceded too many chances on the counter,” Inzaghi added.
“We are still recovering. Calhanoglu is out of action, Correa is not 100% fit, Gagliardini is coming back. We are waiting for everybody, we need everyone as we play every three days.
“We know it’s something we need to improve. We haven’t scored enough goals, we created 13-14 huge opportunities, we played really well but we could have scored more goals, especially in the first half.
“I think Arturo [Vidal] trains with great enthusiasm. The same goes for Sanchez. Vidal is an added value, he is decisive, whether he starts or comes off the bench. He has the same enthusiasm as a youngester.”