Simone Inzaghi analysed Inter‘s defeat against Lazio with his players and according to La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Italian tactician wants them to improve in three areas.
The Nerazzurri suffered a 3-1 loss to Lazio on Friday and returned to training yesterday when Inzaghi began the training session with a video analysis of the Olimpico clash, reports Gazzetta.
The ex-Lazio tactician spoke to his players focusing on the areas of improvement for the team.
Inzaghi expects more concentration from his players. He insisted that they ‘should not concede’ goals like the first one at the Stadio Olimpico with Felipe Anderson cutting inside the area.
The 46-year-old wants his lads to hold their nerves. Against Lecce and Lazio, a few players seemed too irritable and openly complained to their teammates.
The Nerazzurri boss also believes that his players should be more clear-headed in key moments, especially after allowing a goal.
Inter have collected six points in three games so far and host Cremonese at the Stadio Meazza tomorrow.
4 Comments on “What Inzaghi told Inter players after loss to Lazio”
Please sell this club
Most likely, this is his last season with Inter
Inzaghi’s problem is that he never learns from his mistakes. In last match after lautaro’s goal he only had to change Gagliardini with Hakan ràther than taking off Dumfries and Dimarco but he made the same mistake like the one against milan last season.
Agree with you, all the players played well except Gagliardini and I think he should start with Onana because Samir is not impressing