Francesco Guidolin is pleased “things came easily to us today and I cannot complain” after Udinese swept Inter aside.
The Friulani fought back from a Dejan Stankovic opener for their thoroughly deserved 3-1 victory.
“I am very satisfied and I cannot complain after that performance,” smiled the Coach.
“Things came easily to us today and we didn't get downhearted when we conceded the goal.
“Our position in the Serie A table is good and in line with our potential. We could do even better, but admittedly have stronger sides ahead of us.
“If we continue at this level, then we can also stay locked in with that group of big clubs.”
Udinese are one of the form teams at the moment, as in the last three rounds they have scored 11 goals with seven points against Milan, Genoa and Inter.
They had not beaten the Nerazzurri in 15 consecutive meetings, home or away, and their last victory at the Friuli was in 2003.
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