Eugenio Corini believes Chievo can take heart from their performance against Inter, as “we did well until the third goal.”
The Flying Donkeys had gone into the break 2-1 down, but Diego Milito scored after the restart for a 3-1 final result.
“We did well until the third goal, then we dropped in intensity partly because it was a psychological blow and partly the way Inter were set out,” said the Coach.
“The team had already done well against Juventus last week. I wanted to put an extra man in midfield to help the counter-attacks and be more aggressive in winning back possession. I think we did really well in the first half.
“It’s not easy to play well against Inter. Our defending on set pieces needs work, but Antonio Cassano’s goal was lucky as it took a deflection. Andrea Ranocchia is excellent in the air and timed his jump perfectly.”
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