Claudio Ranieri concedes Inter lost their shape in the second half. “We want to react and climb back up the hill.”
The Nerazzurri were leading 1-0 in Catania before letting in two goals right after the restart.
“We needed to pick up points and had been achieving that, but after the break conceded two counter-attacks straight away,” said the Coach.
“We should've stayed united and solid, as we were in the first half. Now we've got to stay calm and continue working, because there's a lot to do.
“I had asked the team to keep their shape. Now we want to react and climb back up the hill.”
In their last game Ranieri had been furious with the referee, but had no issues at the Stadio Massimino.
“The penalty was understandable, as it's difficult for the referee to see the goalkeeper had taken his hands away before Gonzalo Bergessio fell. In my view, he officiated well.”
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