Esteban Cambiasso is refusing to panic after Inter were left stunned by little Siena at the Meazza on Sunday.
The Nerazzurri were beaten 2-0 at home by the Tuscan minnows in Week 4 to leave them seventh in the table after two wins and two losses.
“We’re sorry to have lost at home, because we didn’t manage to satisfy our fans, but we’re sure the wins will come,” he noted.
“Sometimes when you don’t manage to take advantage of the moment you always risk that a counter-attack will hand you a defeat.
“We believe in what we’re doing and we’re not going to throw everything away because of one painful defeat that hurts both our fans and us.”
Neither Milan club has managed to win at home so far this season and questions are now starting to be asked of Inter boss Andrea Stramaccioni.
“We’re united,” the Argentine noted. “We’re behind this Coach who’s trying to do the best he can and so are we.
“We have a capable coaching staff with clear ideas and we have to stay behind them, trying to give more than 100 per cent.
“The season is long and we hope that our luck will turn.”
Inter are next in action at Chievo Verona in midweek.
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