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Why Dimarco didn’t play in Inter’s win over Fiorentina

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Inter coach Simone Inzghi admits he had deliberate to introduce Federico Dimarco within the second half in opposition to Fiorentina, however Vincenzo Italiano’s substitutions satisfied him to go away the Italy worldwide on the bench.

The Nerazzurri secured a 1-0 win on the Stadio Franchi in Florence, which allowed them to return to the highest of the Serie A desk with a one-point lead over Juventus and a sport in hand.

Carlos Augusto began as a left wing-back and performed the entire sport, leaving Dimarco on the bench. Inzaghi defined his resolution throughout a post-match press convention attended by Soccer Italia.

“I made assessments. Carlos Augusto began, and I needed to introduce Dimarco sooner or later, however Fiorentina continued placing in bodily gamers, and I knew the ultimate minutes could be intense,” defined the Nerazzurri boss.

“Dimarco had performed two Finals, so I made this resolution.”

Dimarco, 26, had began each Supercoppa video games in opposition to Lazio and Napoli in Riyadh final week.

The Nerazzurri could also be again on the high of the Serie A desk, however Inzaghi feels the job will not be carried out but.

“It was an necessary sport on a troublesome discipline,” he continued.

“The primary half was glorious and I consider we needed to rating one other purpose. We saved Fiorentina within the sport, we didn’t double the lead and we didn’t have sufficient high quality within the last cross. It was a vital sport, however our journey should proceed. We received 17 video games out of 21 and we all know the remaining matches will probably be as troublesome as this one.”

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Inter’s subsequent sport is in opposition to Juventus at San Siro on February 4. Click on right here for Inzaghi’s post-match interview with DAZN.