InzaghiOut, Perisic, Correa, Handanovic: random reactions to Inter’s defeat against Roma

The future of Simone Inzaghi is not the only matter of debate for Inter fans the day after their 2-1 loss against Roma, as Twitter trends in Italy suggest.

The Nerazzurri have now lost four games from eight in Serie A and are preparing to face Barcelona in a key Champions League match at San Siro on Tuesday.

#InzaghiOut is trending on Twitter in Italy today, but the future of the Nerazzurri boss is only one of the many talking points the day after Inter’s defeat against Roma.

Over 8,000 tweets are about Samir Handanovic, who many fans considered responsible for Paulo Dybala’s equaliser in the first half.

There have been even more mentions for Joaquin Correa (19,400) who was introduced in the second half yesterday. His impact was far from impressive and many highlight how starlet Valentin Carboni caused more trouble for Roma after being subbed on.

Inter made Correa’s move permanent for €30m in the summer so the Nerazzurri could not afford to sign Dybala as a free agent and the Argentinean’s goal yesterday has caused even more regrets for Inter fans.

More Carboni, less Correa

Correa could start for the Nerazzurri against Barcelona on Tuesday if Lautaro Martinez’s medical checks today will highlight a muscle injury.

Ivan Perisic (3,600 tweets) is also trending, but this time not because Inter are missing him on the left flank given that Federico Dimarco started on that side against Roma, giving Inter the lead in the first half.

‘Can you check if Perisic’s throw-in was regular?’

The Croat is being mentioned by Inter and Milan fans as he was responsible for a throw-in in Bologna-Inter last season which led to Ionut Radu’s howler and Inter’s decisive loss in the title race. The Tottenham winger took the throw-in backwards from where the ball had gone out of play, contrary to Sandro Tonali against Empoli last night.

Tonali’s controversial throw-in led to Ante Rebic’s goal against Empoli so Milan fans have been rubbing salt into their cousins’ wounds following their loss to Roma.

Last but not least, Nicolò Barella (3,355 tweets). The Italian doesn’t seem in shape lately and although he assisted Dimarco for Inter’s only goal yesterday, he also lost possession a few minutes later, leading to Dybala’s equaliser.

3 Comments on “InzaghiOut, Perisic, Correa, Handanovic: random reactions to Inter’s defeat against Roma”

  1. It’s clear he is not a winner. The mentality of the team is not good and they are breaking mentally and the coach is saying this was the performance of the year… After 4 losses in a row!! Youbare competing for the scudetto you idiot, not to survive serie a.

  2. Coach inzaghi does not even know himself what to do, how could he transmit it to the team? Players are unwilling to run. Very static. Probably the only teamin world football that dreads the moment that the ball reaches the players. Very indifferent and lethargic.

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