Chievo goalkeeper Stefano Sorrentino is adamant that his side will start tonight’s game against Inter with a chance of ending their losing streak.
The Verona minnows will go into the Bentegodi encounter in poor shape following defeats to Parma, Lazio and Juventus.
“It’s clear that you are a bit fragile after losing three games on the trot, but we shouldn’t think about who we are playing against,” the ‘keeper noted.
“We just have to play our own game. We know what we can do and now is the time to turn the page over.”
Opponents Inter are not doing that well either given that they have already lost twice in four games this term, the last coming on Sunday against Siena.
“That’s true, but I don’t think they are in crisis,” Sorrentino, his side’s best player during the 2-0 loss at Juve on Saturday, added.
“It’s obvious that we are playing against a great team and they are just the latest during this period. They are a side made up of champions.”
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